Bucks officially ink No. 2 overall pick Parker
JUL 09, 2014 8:47p ET
MILWAUKEE -- Jabari Parker is officially in the fold with the Milwaukee Bucks, as the team announced the No. 2 overall draft pick has signed his rookie contract with the team.
The Bucks did not disclose the financial terms of the deal due to team policy, but multiple reports indicate Parker will receive $22.3 million over the four years of the deal. Rookie contracts in the NBA are guaranteed for the first two seasons with the last two years being team options.
Parker is the highest pick from June's draft to sign, as Cleveland's Andrew Wiggins has yet to officially ink his deal with the Cavaliers.
In his lone season at Duke, Parker averaged 19.1 points and 8.7 rebounds, earning himself ACC Rookie of the Year Honors. Parker was also named First-Team All-ACC and received First-Team All-American honors from four different outlets.
The Bucks have yet to announce the signings of second-round picks Damien Inglis and Johnny O'Bryant. O'Bryant and Parker will play with the Bucks in the NBA Summer League while Inglis is unable to play due to a foot injury.
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