Donte DiVincenzo is reportedly joining former Villanova teammates in New York


Donte DiVincenzo has agreed to a four-year, $50 million deal to join former Villanova teammates Jalen Brunson and Josh Hart at the New York Knicks, a person with knowledge of the details said Saturday.

DiVincenzo spent last season with the Golden State Warriors before deciding to make a cross-country move, the person told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal can’t be official just yet.

ESPN first reported on the deal with the swingman.

The Knicks won a playoff series for the first time in a decade last season after signing Brunson in the summer and acquiring Hart from Portland later in the season. Brunson and DiVincenzo were on two NCAA championship teams with the Wildcats, with Hart joining them on the first team.

DiVincenzo also won an NBA championship with the Milwaukee Bucks in 2021, though he only played in their first three playoff games before tearing ligaments in his left ankle.

The Bucks’ first-round pick in 2018 was then traded to Sacramento in a four-team deal at the 2022 deadline before signing with the Warriors last July. DiVincenzo played a career-high 72 games for Golden State last season, of which he started 36 and averaged 9.4 points.

Reporting by The Associated Press.

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