In a not-so-surprising move the Bucks have signed second round draft pick Nate Wolters the 38th overall selection in the June draft. A four-year star at South Dakota State Wolters averaged 22.3 points 5.6 rebounds and 5.8 assists per contest as a senior.

The Washington Wizards originally selected Wolters with the 38th pick overall but after five to ten minutes of confusion that crippled Twitter the Bucks emerged with his rights--but not before the Philadelphia 76ers first acquired his rights and then sent him to Milwaukee in exchange for the 43rd overall pick (Ricky Ledo) and a future second round pick. And in case you're scoring at home Ledo eventually wound up in Dallas after the Mavs shipped a 2014 second rounder to Philly for his rights.

The terms of the deal have not been disclosed (as per team policy) but we should probably expect something similar to the three-year deals that former Bucks second rounders Luc Richard Mbah a Moute Jodie Meeks and Doron Lamb received previously. Assuming it's for above the minimum in year one Wolters' deal would eat into cap room a bit but should still leave Milwaukee with over $7m left in cap space remaining--should they find a need for it.