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Wolters Excited To Start NBA Summer League



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LAS VEGAS, NV --  For four years, fans at South Dakota State wondered what kind of pro Nate Wolters would be in the NBA.

Tonight we start learning a bit of the answer as Nate begins playing for the Milwaukee Bucks in the summer league.

Wolters and the Bucks will play the Denver Nuggets in Las Vegas.

If you've got NBA TV you can watch the game starting at 9 PM CST tonight.

It's been just over two weeks since Wolters was drafted in the second round and sent to Milwaukee, and he's excited to finally hit the court.

"Seems the first couple days of practice have gone really well.  I like the coaching staff a lot so really looking forward to it and it will be fun to play games again.  Just get more comfortable.  It's obviously an adjustment, the speed of the game and all that.  Just try to win and get comfortable with the coaching staff and the rest of the team."  Wolters Says.
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