3. Legit threat from the outside
Perhaps, one of the most attractive aspects of DiVincenzo’s game is his ability to hit outside shots. Milwaukee has been looking to add shooters around Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton in order to help space the floor and provide them with an open lane.
During his redshirt freshman season at Villanova, he connected on 36.5 percent 3.2 three-point attempts per game. That was a solid number, but only proved to be a kicking off point for the three-point bomber.
Last year, he took his game to a whole new level by making 40.1 percent on 5.3 three-point attempts per game. This was a nice uptick in both his shooting percentage and attempts per game. Furthermore, he showed the ability to get hot in a hurry and has range all the way to the NBA three-point line.