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SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  --  Nate Wolters return to South Dakota was everything fans, and likely Nate himself, could have hoped for, much to the delight of his Bucks teammates and coach Larry Drew.

Wolters scored ten points, grabbed a pair of rebounds and dished out two assists in the Bucks 98-89 loss to to the Timberwolves in their exhibition game at the Sanford Pentagon on Thursday night.

Drew said, from the moment this game appeared on the schedule, he intended to start Wolters, noting how much it meant to him when he played in the NBA.


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