HoopsHype Nate Wolters rumors

March 22, 2014 Updates

Nate Wolters' injury suffered Thursday night against Golden State will have a short-term impact on the Milwaukee Bucks. Only 13 games remain in a season destined to be the worst in franchise history. If the 6-foot-4 rookie guard returns from his fractured left hand before the season ends April 16, it will be a nice story. But the real feel-good story has played out over the last five months as the St. Cloud, Minn., native has proved he belongs in coach Larry Drew's rotation. Wolters appeared in his 58th game and made his 31st start Thursday at Oracle Arena as the Bucks dropped a 115-110 decision to the Warriors. Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

March 19, 2014 Updates

Matthews then stole a pass by Nate Wolters, found Lillard with an around-the-back transition pass to set up a Lillard dunk with 2:12 left, then added a three-pointer with 1:17 left that put Portland up 112-105. From there, the Blazers hung on by making free throws to seal a win they could not afford to let slip away. “You know what, tonight we’re happy with the win,” Matthews said. “We’re always going to take a win — ugly, pretty, it doesn’t matter — but we’re not happy with the way that we played.” Oregonian

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Wolters was relied on heavily in the first few weeks of the season and started seven games when both Knight and Ridnour were injured. But the 6-foot-4 guard understands his playing time will not always be steady. "You've just got to be ready every game, whether you're going to play a lot or not play a lot," Wolters said. "You never know in this league, especially with our team the way the injuries have been. "It's a little tough not knowing how many minutes you'll play but something you've got to deal with." Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

October 11, 2013 Updates

Drew said he wasn't sure yet if Wolters would be a D-League candidate later in the season. "He's a workaholic," Drew said. "We're going to have to kick him out of the gym someday. He's there at night; he's there early in the mornings. He's going to have to learn how to pace himself playing at this level. It just shows you how bad he wants it." Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

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After taking Georgetown star Otto Porter with the third overall pick on Thursday, the Wizards decided to package their two second picks to acquire Glen Rice Jr. from the Philadelphia 76ers, according to multiple league sources with knowledge of the situation. The 76ers originally chose Rice, the son of the three-time NBA all-star, with the 35th pick. In return, the Wizards sent South Dakota State point guard Nate Wolters (the 38th pick) and Oregon power forward Arsalan Kazemi (54th) to Philadelphia. Washington Post

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Right now it looks like Archie Goodwin is really struggling to find some love in the first round. I think he's got to be pretty surprised. Arizona's Grant Jerrett is a major sleeper to me in the second round. Nate Wolters might be as well. ESPN.com

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