Bucks Guard Jrue Holiday Earns $306,000 Bonus After Playing 8 Seconds

Jrue Holiday (Credit: Screenshot/Twitter Video https://twitter.com/bleacherreport/status/1513255424186748931)

David Hookstead Sports And Entertainment Editor
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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.

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.

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.

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!