The Oklahoma City Allege dangle formally signed all four picks made within the 2021 NBA draft.
The group announced on Sunday that Aaron Wiggins, picked No. 55 total, has been signed to a two-procedure contract. Terms of the deal were no longer released.
Wiggins has performed smartly in summer league, averaging 11.5 components over the four games that were performed and reaching double-digits in all but one in all them.
This comes after three years of basketball at the University of Maryland. Wiggins broke out as a sophomore when he became named Substantial Ten Sixth Man of the Year, and then as a starter in his junior season, he averaged 14.5 components, 5.8 rebounds and 2.5 assists per recreation. He became an All-Substantial Ten Honorable Mention substitute and became named the 2019-20 Substantial Ten Sixth Man of the Year.
Wiggins can play on the Allege and their G League affiliate, the OKC Blue, this upcoming season.
Oklahoma City has announced that one and all four 2021 draft picks were signed to contracts. No. 6 pick Josh Giddey, No. 18 substitute Tre Mann, and No. 32 pick Jeremiah Robinson-Earl are additionally formally portion of the Allege.
Wiggins and OKC wrap up summer league play on Monday when they salvage on the San Antonio Spurs.