NATE WOLTERS RUMORS & GOSSIP
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- Nate Wolters' rookie season is over, as the Milwaukee Bucks guard won't return from a fractured left hand suffered last Thursday at Golden State.
The injury will not require surgery and is expected to keep him from basketball-related activities for three to four weeks.
"It kind of sucks, but I have to make sure I don't get re-injured," Wolters...
Nate Wolters will likely miss the remainder of the season with a broken left hand.
The Milwaukee Bucks have just 13 games remaining.
Wolters has played well for the Bucks after being selected 38th overall in 2013.
Wolters has averaged 7.2 points, 3.2 assists and 2.6 rebounds while playing 22.6 minutes per game.
MILWAUKEE -- While a veteran got the Milwaukee Bucks going on Tuesday night, a pair of rookies sealed the deal.
Caron Butler hit six first-half 3-pointers, but Giannis Antetokounmpo and Nate Wolters hit crucial triples and each made a big defensive play late in Milwaukee's 104-100 victory over the Orlando Magic at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
Wolters' put the Bucks in front...
If you´re going to pay attention to the free agent wire any week of the year this is the week to do it. This is going to be the last week where player values change without some injury occuring so spec adding is a good idea if you´re sitting with some schlump on your reserves playing 19 minutes a game and otherwise licking his cajones the rest of the time. That said, let´s continue on...
MILWAUKEE -- Jeremy Lin made it a point to run over to Nate Wolters after the game to offer a few words of praise and a message of encouragement.
The Rockets guard was just one of many who left the BMO Harris Bradley Center impressed with the performance the rookie put on in Milwaukee"s 101-95 loss to Houston on Saturday night.
Wolters finished with a career-high 19 points,...
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- Thrust into an elevated role earlier than anyone expected, Nate Wolters began to get away from the style of play that got him to the NBA in the first place.
The rookie guard had become too cautious, passing up opportunities to take a shot or drive the ball to the hoop. But as minutes began to become few and far between, Wolters knew he had to become aggressive...
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- With his starting point guard down on the court in pain and the veteran backup out with a bad back, Bucks coach Larry Drew took a gander down his bench.
Just a day earlier, Drew had expressed his intention to take the development of rookie point guard Nate Wolters slowly. But everything changed 1 minute, 41 seconds into Milwaukee's first game of the season...
In the blink of an eye, the Milwaukee Bucks lost two point guards and rookie Nate Wolters was suddenly thrown to the wolves.
With backup Luke Ridnour scratched pregame due to a back injury, point guard Brandon Knight came up lame with 10:19 to play in the first quarter and left with a strained right hamstring. That meant the Bucks had to get through Wednesday's season opener...
Nate Wolters isn't used to not starting basketball games. He commonly played all 40 minutes when he was at South Dakota State.
The Milwaukee Bucks rookie point guard returns to South Dakota as a pro Thursday for a preseason game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Wolters has to battle for playing time behind Brandon Knight and Luke Ridnour, but he says he's embracing his...
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October 09, 2013
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The Milwaukee Bucks have signed second round draft pick Nate Wolters General Manager John Hammond announced today. Terms of the contract were not disclosed in accordance with team policy.
The Bucks acquired the draft rights to Wolters (6-4 190) from the Philadelphia 76ers. The guard was originally selected by the Washington Wizards with the 38th overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft...