NBA Rookie Reportedly Has Nearly No Money. Here’s How Much Is In His Account

David Hookstead | Reporter

Milwaukee Bucks rookie Donte DiVincenzo reportedly doesn’t even have enough money right now to buy a Big Mac from McDonald’s.

ESPN tweeted out the viral screenshot of the former Villanova star’s bank account, and it’s sitting at a smooth $3.71. The cost of a Big Mac is just under four dollars.

He’s currently slated to make around $4.7 million in the next two years. (RELATED: HIGHLY-TOUTED NBA ROOKIE PUTS UP ATROCIOUS STAT LINE IN SUMMER LEAGUE DEBUT)

How is this even possible? I know guys who were making pretty much pennies playing ball in Europe, and they still always had a little money. Does his agent not have the courtesy to float him some money before he gets his first NBA paycheck?

I mean, if I were representing a first round pick, I’d float him $25,000 without a question. I wouldn’t even hesitate. Now, maybe I just have a bigger heart than most guys out there. Who knows? The point is, I am blown away a guy who is playing in the NBA can’t even apparently afford to hit up a McDonald’s. It’s just sad.

Luckily, he’s about to be a paid man. He’ll be able to buy all the cheeseburgers he wants before he knows it.

Follow David on Twitter

David Hookstead



Hailey Clauson Lights Up Instagram With Revealing Outfit
There's An Upcoming Movie About Elton John, And The First Preview Is Pure Electricity
Allie Ayers Wears Black Bra In Instagram Photo
UFC Star Hints At Upcoming Fight, Gets Fans Everywhere Riled Up With This Instagram Post