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How Glenn Robinson III has learned to not go broke

Glenn Robinson三世的理財之道

 

One former Indiana Pacers center was such a good financial planner that he was featured in Bloomberg Businessweek. The magazine profiled Jeff Foster, the unheralded world-class rebounder, not for his ability to grab loose balls, but because he was just as dedicated to the balance sheet.

一位前溜馬球員因理財有道而使得他登上了彭博商業週刊。這份週刊介紹了Jeff Foster這位不為人知的世界級籃板手,並不是因為他抓籃板的功力,而是因為他在資產負債表上的運籌帷幄。

 

Unfortunately, Foster isn't the norm.

但很不幸的是,Foster這樣並不是常態。

 

Too many professional basketball players — and all professional athletes — blow through their vast salaries and end up having little financial security to show for their years in the league.

太多的職業籃球員,應該說所有的運動選手,揮霍掉了他們龐大的薪水,最後出現了經濟危機來當作他們曾經是職業球員的證明。

 

Glenn Robinson III is one young player who doesn't have nearly the room for error that now-broke former-All-Stars had. So even if he doesn't ever earn a big-time contract, he is trying to ensure that he doesn't follow in the footsteps of many who came before him.

Glenn Robinson三世是個不像破產的前明星一樣有太多犯錯空間的年輕球員。因此即使他還沒拿到一份大合約,他已經在為了不踏上許多前輩的後塵做努力。

 

Robinson III, who signed with the Pacers this summer but will still be battling for job security in the preseason, was featured in a recent CBS report about money management, as reported by Pacers.com.

根據溜馬的官網報導,Robinson III這位暑假和溜馬簽約,卻仍得在開季前捍衛自己工作的球員,出現在最近的CBS關於理財的節目上。

 

The report, “Going For Broke,” examined the issue and showed a place that's attempting to change the trend of reckless spending among young athletes: Michigan University. While attending Michigan, Pacers newcomer Glenn Robinson III took part in a financial literacy class for aspiring athletes at the Ross School of Business taught by Len Middleton.

這個名為「孤注一擲」的報導探討並試圖改善有關密西根大學的年輕運動員揮霍無度的問題。當Glenn Robinson三世這位新溜馬人在讀密西根大學的時候,他上了Len Middleton在羅斯商學院為了有雄心壯志的運動員的而開的理財課程。

 

“I was in shock, I almost walked out of the class crying,” joked Robinson, after seeing how much spending money is actually left once taxes and retirement planning is accounted for. “There are some guys in the league that don't even know the PIN to their bank account, they just expect for the people that's handling their money to be able to keep track of that. And they trust them.”

「我太震驚了,幾乎是哭著離開教室。」在看到扣稅與退休計畫佔去後剩下實際可花用的錢後,Robinson開玩笑地說道。「在聯盟中的有些人甚至不知道自己銀行戶頭的密碼,他們總是期盼有人能持續不停地替他們管錢,而他們只需要相信這些人。」

 

The class helped Robinson understand that the influx of money experienced upon entering the league won’t last forever, and has allowed him to exercise more caution when planning for the future.
這堂課使Robinson了解在進入聯盟後的收入並不會永遠持續下去,並讓他在計畫未來時更懂得三思而後行。

 

When Cowan asked Robinson, “Why don't you think more colleges aren't doing classes like this?”Robinson replied: “That's a great question. I have no idea.”

當Cowan問Robinson:「你覺得為什麼大學不多增加一些這樣的課程呢」的時候,Robinson回答:「這是個好問題,我也不知道。」


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