While the SDSU men prepare for their big game with Michigan tomorrow, a lot of the talk today was about star point guard Nate Wolters.
The media shined the spotlight on the Jackrabbit Senior who averages more than 20 points a game. Despite getting a great deal of attention, Wolters is quick to praise his teammates for their play and says the pressure of the big stage isn't getting to him.
“Not really, it's a team game. We're just focused on trying to win. Michigan is a really talented team. We're going to have to play really well to stay in the game and we'll see what happens,” SDSU point guard Nate Wolters said.
“He's handled the pressure incredibly at every turn and I don't expect it will be any different tomorrow. When he gets on the floor and he gets that ball in his hands, because he spends so much time playing basketball, it just comes natural to him. In the biggest moments, in the four years that I've coached him, the biggest moments is when he shows up. I don't expect any different tomorrow,” SDSU head coach Scott Nagy said.
One of the key matchups in SDSU's game against Michigan will be Wolters against player of the year candidtate Trey Bourke. Both players put up similar numbers and will be guarding each other tomorrow.