But he has been keeping busy by doing what he does best – playing basketball.
The former Abuakwa State College youngster is busy preparing for next year’s Sprite Ball Championship where he hopes to lead the squad to put up an improved performance.
He will also play a starring role for the Koforidua-based side brimming with huge sense of optimism.
While he’s busy preparing for the most popular basketball festival in Ghana, he hasn’t let go of his original dream of making it to the biggest basketball stage.
“Of course, first things first, I want to pursue my NBA dream so that’s the first plan,” he said
“The Sprite Ball platform is huge and that’s why I have been training seriously to ensure I improve my game.
“Last year we came very close but we lost the final game to Mfantsipim. We came close and we must get our hands on the title this time around.
“Don’t forget as well that other teams could spring a surprise and so it’s not really about one team.”
Wolff is regarded as the most gifted player of KSTS and will be the key man for the side ahead of the championship between January 10-11, 2014 at the Aviation Social Centre in Accra.