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CU’s Wright agrees to two-way deal with the Timberwolves – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-07-30 02:10:11 –

BOULDER — McKinley Wright IV didn’t hear his name called on the night of the NBA Draft.

It’s nothing new to former Colorado Buffaloes guards.

Instead, Minnesota natives have agreed to a two-way contract with Timberwolves and are staying close to their homes.

Wright, who unveiled at the NBA Draft Combine, was expected to be a pick in the second half of the second round, aiming to be the 36th draft topic in Colorado history and the 7th under Tadboyle’s head coach.

In CU’s four seasons, McKinley rewrote Buffs’ record book and became the greatest assist leader ever. No other CU player has collected more than 10 double-digit assist games recorded by Wright. He is also ranked 6th in history (1,857) in scoring, 6th (668) in field goals and 1st (109) in double-digit scoring games.

Wright also ranked 10th with the 3 pointers made (133), 9th with the free throws made (388), 9th with the percentage of free throws (.803), 10th with the steel (140) and rebounds ( It is ranked 20th in 140). 644).

The winners of all three tournaments will start 130 games, the second time. His 131 games will be his fifth.



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