Bucks Rookie Donte DiVincenzo Only Has $3.71 In His Bank Account

Annette Crawford
July 10, 2018

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.

Second-year Bucks player DJ Wilson posted a comical picture on his Instagram story of Donte DiVincenzo holding up his phone displaying his bank accounts.


Way2Save is also a program Wells Fargo put forward to help college students open a savings account with no monthly fees, which in most banks, would surpass the $3.71 the shooting guard now has, despite owning a $1,000 iPhone X. According to J.R. Radcliffe of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (H/T Bleacher Report), the rookie wage scale puts DiVincenzo's first-year salary around $2,067,500, which will be provide a much needed boost to the 21-year old's diminishing bank account. Rookies can make anywhere between 80 and 120 percent of the scale, so it is possible that he could have a two-year deal of $5,386,800 on his hands. 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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