MILWAUKEE -- After a dunk in the fourth quarter Friday night, Carlos Delfino took a long look back at his former team's bench and smiled. There's no ill-will, he was just having fun.
In his return to the building where he spent the last three years of his career, Delfino put on one of the offensive shows he did every so often in Milwaukee. Hitting 8 of 11 field goals and 6 of 7 three-pointers, Delfino scored 22 points to lead Houston to a 115-101 victory in a game it once trailed by 18 points.
Delfino understands the business side of the game and doesn't blame the Milwaukee Bucks for not offering him a contract, but during the offseason he was hoping they would.
The Argentine forward didn't want to leave the franchise that gave him his first real consistent minutes in the league, and the Bucks didn't want him to leave. But an abundance of wing players left Delfino as the odd man out.
"After you spend three years defending the colors, you want to go back to the city," Delfino sai...