The Milwaukee Bucks signed their first round draft pick, Jabari Parker to a four-year contract worth $22.3 million. The last two years are team options, which is standard in rookie-scale deals for first-round draft picks.
Parker will make $4.9 million in his first NBA season and $5.2 million in his second season. The final two years of the deal would pay $5.4 million and $6.8 million.
The Bucks were looking to wrap up the deal with Parker prior to the team’s first summer league practice this week in Las Vegas.
Milwaukee Bucks point guard Nate Wolters suffered a left ankle injury during Summer League practice on Wednesday but said he hopes to be able to play in the teams Summer League opener on Friday.
The Bucks will face the Cleveland Cavaliers at 7pm on Friday night.
Wolters and former Wisconsin guard Jordan Taylor are the point guards on the Bucks summer league roster.
Bucks coach Jason Kidd said Wolters will be fine and hopefully ready to go on Friday.