Step two of Nate Wolters' journey to the NBA is complete.

A little more than a month after landing with the Milwaukee Bucks on draft night, the former South Dakota State guard is now officially a member of the NBA team after signing his contract Thursday.

Step one came in late June when Wolters was drafted in the second round (#38 overall) by the Washington Wizards, who promptly dealt him to the Philadelphia 76ers, who turned around sent him to Milwaukee.

Last month, Wolters played in five summer league games for the bucks in Las Vegas,  averaging 23 minutes, 9 points, 3 rebounds, and 3 assists a game.  He shot 41% from the floor, 67% from the free throw line. Wolters led the Bucks with 14 assists.  His 7 steals were second most on the team.