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Milwaukee Bucks forward Carlos Delfino will likely miss most of training camp after suffering a setback in his recovery from right foot surgery.
Delfino fractured his right foot while playing for Houston in Game 5 of the Rockets' first-round playoff series against Oklahoma City last April. Signed to a two-year deal with a team option for a third season this summer the 31-year-old was still in a walking boot at the team's annual media day Monday.
"I had a fracture five months ago and I had surgery" Delfino said. "I had a little setback the last couple of days. We don't have a timeframe. They are taking pictures and we're going to know more in the next couple of days. I can't wait to get on the court."
After spending three years with the Bucks Delfino signed as a free agent and played a big role with an upstart Houston team last season. He first noticed the injury in his foot with a month left in the season and played through the pain.
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