Bucks’ Donte DiVincenzo has $3.71 in his bank account

Milwaukee Bucks rookie has less than four dollars in his bank account

Milwaukee Bucks rookie has less than four dollars in his bank account

Odds are, if his bank account is every shown on the Internet for some reason again, the next time we see how much Donte DiVincenzo has in the bank, it'll have a few commas in it.

Yet The Big Ragu proudly showed second-year forward D.J. Wilson his Wells Fargo account statement, as he promptly posted on his Instagram story, reflecting a mere $3.71 combined amount between DiVincenzo's everyday checking account and his savings. But the added exposure could lead to greater endorsement opportunities, particularly after he made a name for himself nationally as Villanova's sixth man during the NCAA Tournament. As J.R. Radcliffe of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel noted, the rookie wage scale puts the 17th overall pick's first-year salary around $2,067,500.

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.

The problem for DiVincenzo, and all National Basketball Association rookies, is that they don't receive their first checks until November 15.

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