76ers Rookie Putting Rookie Salary into Trust He Can't Touch for Three Years

76ers Rookie Putting Rookie Salary into Trust He Can't Touch for Three Years

Philadelphia 76ers rookie standout Michael Carter-Williams is ensuring that he will not be broke like many other professional athletes who have made millions by putting his salary into a trust that he cannot touch for three years. 

Though his “rookie contract guarantees him $4.5 million over his first two seasons” and he “could make a total of $10 million if the Sixers pick up the final two seasons of his contract,” Carter-Williams is depositing his salary “into a trust he can’t touch for three years.”

Instead, Carter-Williams is reportedly “living off endorsement deals with Nike and Panini trading cards.”

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