SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Milwaukee Bucks head coach Larry Drew says Nate Wolters is working hard at his game to make himself a better point guard.
Drew says the former South Dakota State star is in the gym at night and early in the mornings, and he's going to have to learn to pace himself playing at the pro level.
Drew spoke before the Bucks game against the Minnesota Timberwolves in Sioux Falls and joked that coaches are going to have to kick Wolters out of the gym someday.
Drew says there's a lot to learn about playing the point guard position at the pro level. But he says Wolters is an intelligent player who's crafty and can get into the paint. He says Wolters will have to continue to work on his shot.
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