The Bucks have officially signed second-round pick Nate Wolters to a contract, the team announced today (Twitter link). Terms of the agreement aren't yet known, but the team has a good chunk of cap space left over after sending Brandon Jennings to Detroit, so Wolters could receive more than the minimum.
Wolters, 22, was part of a confusing series of draft-night trades that ultimately saw him picked 38th overall and dealt to the Bucks. The 6'5" guard spent four seasons at South Dakota State, averaging 22.3 PPG and 5.8 APG in 33 contests during his senior year. The Jared Karnes client will be part of an overhauled Milwaukee backcourt that includes Brandon Knight, O.J. Mayo, Gary Neal, and Luke Ridnour.