Milwaukee Bucks guard Jrue Holiday earned a huge bonus Sunday.
The talented NBA player for the Bucks played a grand total of eight seconds against the Cavaliers, and that was enough to secure him a $306,000 bonus for playing in 67 games. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
He fouled a Cavs player eight seconds into the game and immediately walked to the bench. You can watch the situation unfold below.
Jrue Holiday started for the Bucks today so he could reach 67 games played and secure a $306,000 bonus 💰
Holiday played eight seconds before committing a foul and heading to the bench pic.twitter.com/131ivz1q6l
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 10, 2022
You know life is great when you earn $306,000 for eight seconds of work! He played a few seconds and left the court with enough money to buy a house in most parts of America.
It really doesn’t get much better at all. Most Americans don’t earn $306,000 in three or four years of working. Holiday earned it in eight seconds.
Jrue holiday today:
– 0 PTS
– 0 REB
– 0 AST
– 1 FOUL
– 8 SECONDS
$306K Earned 💰 pic.twitter.com/wo8T3BXaau
— BucksMuse (@BucksMuse) April 10, 2022
That’s how you know you’re crushing life. Whenever you can just foul a guy, walk off the court and be more than $300,000 richer, you know you’re killing it.
We all know athletes make a lot of money, but Holiday getting paid a massive amount of cash in a bonus after playing eight seconds is next level.
It was cool as hell of the Bucks to play Jrue Holiday the first 8 seconds of the game. Why?
It allowed Holiday to collect on the last of his possible bonuses for the season. Had to get to 67 games played.
All this did was cost the Bucks money and they took care of their player.
— Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) April 10, 2022
As a pro-capitalism guy, I’m not knocking it at all. I like it! I hope he doesn’t spend it all in one place!