With a little more than a week to go before the NBA regular season tips off, playing time has been hard to come by for former South Dakota State guard Nate Wolters with the Milwaukee Bucks.

Wolters, a second round pick in June's NBA draft, played for the first time in 11 days Monday night, during a Bucks pre-season game in Chicago.  In all, Wolters has played in three of Milwaukee's five exhibition games.

In the 105-84 loss, Wolters logged 12 minutes on the floor, missing both of his field goal attempts, making a pair of free throws, and pulling down two rebounds.

In three games, Wolters has amassed 44 minutes of playing time, gone 3-for-10 (30%) from the floor (1-for-3 on 3's), 7-for-7 from the line for a total of 14 points.  10 of those he scored in Sioux Falls, against the Timberwolves, October 10th.

Wolters has 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 turnovers and 1 steal in three games.

The Bucks have two pre-season games left, Wednesday against the Knicks, and  Friday against the Raptors, before opening the regular season October 30th at the Knicks.