It’s been a crazy night for the Sixers. First they acquired Nerlens Noel, but it came at the price of Jrue Holiday. Then at the number 11 pick they drafted Noel’s former AAU teammate Michael Carter-Williams, to likely be the successor of Jrue Holiday. And to top it all off, if reports from the New York Daily News are to be believed, the Sixers have named Spurs assistant Brett Brown their next head coach. Even after that, the Sixers still had another second-round pick. And they continued to confuse us.
After drafting Glen Rice Jr. out of the NBA developmental league, the Sixers traded the rights to Rice to the Wizards for the rights to Nate Wolters and another second-round draft pick.
Wolters is a 6’5, 196 pound pointguard out of South Dakota State. Because I will admit that I’m not an expert on the Jackrabbits, here is a scouting report on Wolters.
And an update…
source confirms Milwaukee traded 43rd pick (R Ledo) for rts to Nate Wolters. Ledo to Philly
— Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) June 28, 2013