Bucks sign rookie Donte DiVincenzo

Donte DiVincenzo

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Even though Milwaukee Bucks first-round pick Donte DiVincenzo has made the jump to the National Basketball Association, his bank account still looks like one of most college students.

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

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.

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In an Instagram post from new teammate D.J. Wilson during the ongoing NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, DiVincenzo can be seen holding up his cell phone to reveal that he now has just $3.71 split between two different Wells Fargo bank accounts. As a result of his explosive performance, DiVincenzo was selected 17th overall by the Milwaukee Bucks in last month's draft, and his rookie deal will pay him upwards of $2 million this year.

"The NBA rookie scale identifies the first-year salary for the 17th pick as $2,067,500".

DiVincenzo appeared in 85 games, making 12 starts, during his three seasons with the Wildcats.

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