Luckily, this situation is all about to change for DiVincenzo.
Teammate D.J. Wilson shared a photo of DiVincenzo's Wells Fargo app on his Instagram story.
All of this will be far-gone memories by the time the rookie sees that first check hit the wire, as he is bound to make north of $2 million during his first year in the league, according to rookie-scale salaries for mid-round draftees. Even still, National Basketball Association rookies don't see their first paychecks until November 15, so he'll either have to stretch those three bucks awfully thin over the next five months or borrow a few from his Bucks teammate. Last month, he went 17th overall to the Milwaukee Bucks thanks largely to his outstanding effort at the NBA Draft Combine, where he posted the top vertical at 42 inches.
DiVincenzo won the the Final Four's Most Outstanding Player award after a 31-point performance in the Wildcats' title game victory over MI.
He is one of three first-round draft picks who have yet to sign their rookie contract, along with 18th pick Lonnie Walker IV, who was selected by the San Antonio Spurs and 29th pick Dzanan Musa of the Brooklyn Nets.