Bucks sign rookie Donte DiVincenzo

Jose Verdugo
Julio 12, 2018

Milwaukee Bucks rookie Donte DiVincenzo showed how much he really has in his bank account. Bucks forward D.J. Wilson posted a photo of NCAA tournament hero Donte DiVincenzo's bank account - and the former Villanova star is down to his last few dollars. On that phone showed his checking account with a whopping $2.68 in it and a savings account with $1.03. That adds up for a grand total of $3.71 cents to his name. The school definitely turned a profit off of him as all of college sports do these days, but those days are about to change for Donte DiVincenzo. Per the National Basketball Association rookie contract scale, DiVincenzo could sign a deal worth up to $5.3 million over two years as the 17th overall pick.

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The 21-year-old has yet to officially sign his rookie contract with the Bucks, but when he does, he will be owed $2.5 million for the upcoming season and at least $5.4 million guaranteed over the next two years. According to the NBA Rookie Scale, the first-year salary of a 17th pick should be around $2,067,500. He better get a move on it soon if he wants to see a change in that bank account.

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