The whirlwind that has been the life of former South Dakota State guard Nate Wolters landed him in his new NBA home Friday morning - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - where Wolters was introduced along with the Bucks' first round draft pick, Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Wolters NBA Draft experience Thursday was unique to say the least.

The evening began when he was selected by the Washington Wizards with the eighth pick of the second round (#38 overall).  Moments later, the Wizards dealt him to the Philadelphia 76ers for Glen Rice, Jr.

Things weren't done just yet, as the Sixers then traded Wolters to the Bucks in exchange for the #43 pick, Ricky Ledo and a 2014 second round pick.

 

At Friday's press conference in Milwaukee, Wolters talked about the whole draft night experience:

Also at the press conference, Bucks general manager John Hammond and head coach Larry Drew sung the praises of the two newest players:

The Bucks wasted no time in fitting Wolters for a new uniform (#10)...

Milwaukee Bucks/Instagram

...and getting photos for the team's media guide.

Milwaukee Bucks via Twitter

Next stop is summer league play.  Coach Drew says the organization is going to do everything it can to get their two newest faces ready for the next level:

Wolters is scheduled to be a guest of ESPN 99.1's 'Overtime', Monday, July 1st.