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

Paola Ditto
Luglio 12, 2018

And after, you know, winning the NCAA title for his school.

All that fame and glory did absolutely nothing for his personal bank account.

DiVincenzo's "life is boutta change", wrote Wilson, along with a sack of money emoji.

Villanova star Donte DiVincenzo still feels that way even after being drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks a few weeks ago.

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.

The Bucks took DiVincenzo with the 17th pick in last month's draft but he has yet to sign his rookie contract, a fact that's painfully evident in his bank account.

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

Bucks sign rookie guard Donte DiVincenzo (read here): The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Matt Velazquez detailed DiVincenzo's signing shortly after it was made official by the Bucks. "Rookies can make anywhere between 80 and 120 percent of the assigned value within the scale". He better get a move on it soon if he wants to see a change in that bank account.

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