He's back... The 6'4" playmaker has returned to the state where his legend was born. Ahead of tomorrow night's matchup with the Wolves, Wolters spent time with a crowd of media at the team hotel tonight.
"It's a special place for me. I had some of the best years of my life here obviously. It's nice to come back. It just worked out this way. I'm really looking forward to tomorrow night. It should be a once in a lifetime experience because I don't know if I'll ever be back here playing basketball again. It should be fun," Wolters said.
Wolters made his preseason debut in the Bucks loss to the Cavs last night. He scored two points, nabbed two rebounds to go along with three assists and one steal. Game two comes tomorrow, and Wolters admits he's feeling some pressure to perform in front of familiar faces.
"Definitely a little bit. It's only my second NBA game. I don't really know what to expect yet. It will be fun. Obviously great people here, great crowd. They'll support me whatever happens," Wolters said.
In the crowd will be some of his former SDSU teammates and coaches. Wolters helped lead the Jackrabbits to two straight NCAA tournaments these past two years.
"Really looking forward to seeing all of them. I actually left right after the Michigan game basically. I haven't been here for a while. I haven't seen a lot of them since March, after our Michigan game. It will be nice to see them again," Wolters said.
Here is the entire interview with Nate Wolters