2. Nate Wolters
Wolters was a second-round pick in 2013 who came to Milwaukee in a draft night trade. The 6’4 guard was dominant at South Dakota State and immediately found a place in the Bucks rotation. His best NBA season came as a rookie where he averaged 7.2 points, 3.2 assists, and 2.6 rebounds in 22.6 minutes per game. Injuries to Luke Ridnour and Brandon Knight paved the way for minutes and the 22-year-old showed flashes.
Wolters would play just 26 more NBA games after his rookie season and 11 of those came with the Bucks. He was waived by Milwaukee in Jan. 2015 after being out of the rotation. He got opportunities with three different teams, but could not find consistent playing time.
Nate Wolters went overseas in 2015. He came back for a cup of coffee with the Utah Jazz in 2017 before returning to Europe. The 32-year-old is a key reserve overseas and has played for seven different teams.
The Milwaukee Bucks should not have been starting Nate Wolters and the franchise paid by winning just 15 games in 2014. The 6’4 guard was quickly shipped out of town, but his 31 starts as a rookie made him one of the worst starters of the Giannis Antetokounmpo era.