Donte DiVincenzo Stats
- Height / Weight
- 76 / 203 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/31/1997 (25)
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Donte DiVincenzo News
Point/shooting guard Donte DiVincenzo has reportedly signed a two-year contract worth $9.3 million to join the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. DiVincenzo became an unrestricted free agent after Sacramento chose not to extend a qualifying offer on the 25-year-old, opting instead to acquire new backcourt talent in Malik Monk and Kevin Huerter. Golden State has been dealing with a shuffle of their own, losing Gary Payton II in free agency, before landing DiVincenzo, who averaged nine points, four rebounds, and 2.8 assists across 42 outings last year between the Bucks and Kings. DiVincenzo brings ample playoff experience, having started 66 regular-season games during Milwaukee's champion year in 2020-21.
Milwaukee Bucks guard Donte DiVincenzo has been traded to the Sacramento Kings in part of a four-team trade. The Kings have already acquired Domantas Sabonis, Justin Holiday, and Jeremy Lamb. Now, they have DiVincenzo, Josh Jackson, and Trey Lyles as well. They appear to be reshaping their roster for a playoff run. DiVincenzo is a quality shooter from beyond the arc. He should get plenty of chances with Terence Davis (wrist) sidelined. It's a nice move for the Kings roster, but DiVincenzo might end up only having deep league appeal. This is a wait-and-see type of situation.
Milwaukee Bucks guard Donte DiVincenzo (ankle) will miss a few weeks. He re-injured his surgically repaired left ankle around a week ago, which is unfortunate considering he recently returned on Christmas after spending the entire year on the shelf. With Jrue Holiday, Pat Connaughton, and Grayson Allen out for the foreseeable future because of COVID-19 health and safety protocols, the Bucks are left with limited options in the backcourt. Nonetheless, Wesley Matthews, Javonte Smart, and Rodney Hood will attempt to fill the void. However, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton should continue to lead the way offensively.
Milwaukee Bucks guard Donte DiVincenzo (ankle) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Detroit Pistons. This is not great news with DiVincenzo missing Saturday's game and now ruled out a full day in advance. The injury is being called a left ankle sprain, which is the same ankle that was operated on last summer. Hopefully, this won't end up costing DiVincenzo significant time. Until he returns, Jordan Nwora and Grayson Allen should benefit the most. Nwora could have slightly more upside especially with Khris Middleton (personal) unlikely to play on Monday. That being said, Nwora is looking like a strong streaming option for Monday.