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Wolters Shines, Wolves Win Pentagon Opener



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SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  --  As first impressions go, it will be hard to top the grand opening of the Sanford Pentagon.

Former South Dakota State Jackrabbit Nate Wolters returned with the Milwaukee Bucks and scored 10 points in front of many of his former SDSU fans.  The Minnesota Timberwolves went on to defeat the Bucks 98-89 in the first ever basketball game at the Sanford Pentagon.

KDLT Sports Director Mark Ovenden has the highlights and reaction from Nate!


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