This is the third in a 15-part series running Wednesdays and Fridays profiling each Milwaukee Bucks player leading up to the start of the NBA season.
Carlos Delfino never wanted to leave Milwaukee. The Argentinian small forward was comfortable in the city and would have been just fine staying with the Bucks for the long run. But Milwaukee decided against bringing Delfino back after the 2011-12 season, and he wound up in Houston.
Delfino scorched the Bucks for 22 points and hit 6-of-7 3-pointers his return to the BMO Harris Bradley Center last season, showing his former team exactly what they were lacking. After one season with the Rockets, Delfino is back with the Bucks on a two-year, 6.5 million contract with a team option for a third year.
There's a chance the veteran may not be ready for the start of the regular season after undergoing foot surgery in May for a fractured bone in his right foot. The timeline was set for four to six months at the time of the surgery, placing the ra...