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Minnesota Timberwolves star Andrew Wiggins announced Sunday he plans to donate $22 for every point he scores to help children who face barriers to participating in organized sports.
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It's the second straight season Wiggins will be donating money. The donation amount is the same number of his basketball jersey.
"I'm proud to announce for the second year straight i’ll be donating $22 for every point I score towards supporting underprivileged children who face barriers in participating in organized sports. The goal is and will always be to help kids be kids and play sports!" he wrote in a tweet.
Wiggins managed to score 1,321 points during the 2018-19 season – his fifth season with the Timberwolves. The point total amounted to $29,602 to charity.
Wiggins played and started 73 games last season. He averaged 18.1 points and 4.8 rebounds per game.