The Bucks traded for Nate Wolters who was originally selected by the Washington Wizards with the 38th pick. Wolters played four years at South Dakota State University.
Wolters saw his first NBA action with the Bucks' Summer League team in Las Vegas
Wolters appeared in 58 games for the Bucks during his rookie season before suffering a fractured left hand on 3/20 at Golden State
Nate had to step up quickly in his first NBA game in the season opener at NYK on 10/30. He played 30 minutes, making him one of five Bucks (and the only one drafted in the 2nd round) since 1985 to play at least 30 minutes in the first game of his career
Naters posted averages of 7.2 points, 2.6 rebounds and 3.2 assists in 22.6 minutes per game
Wolters ranked among the league’s leaders in assist-to-turnover ratio (6th, 3.28; 187:57) before his injury
Nate scored in double figures in 12 games overall, while leading the team in assists 13 times and in steals on 11 occasions.
Nate made first NBA start in the Bucks’ second game on 11/2 vs. TOR and recorded seven points and 10 assists, becoming the first Buck to record 10+ assists within his first five career games since Scott Skiles dished 11 in his fifth career game on 11/28/86
Nate grabbed a season-high eight rebounds on 11/6 vs. CLE
Nate shot 45.5% (15-33) from beyond the arc from 2/1 through the end of the season