Just before the Summer League finals between the Bulls and Timberwolves Monday night, the Argentine and Nigerian national teams faced off at Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. Playing without Manu Ginobili and Carlos Delfino, Argentina lost, 96-92 in a hard-fought game. Luis Scola, who the Nets signed to a one-year, $5.5 million contract last week, finished the game with 15...
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Our latest blast from the basketball past comes to us live from Delfino Square. NBA journeyman Carlos Delfino, who hasn’t played in the league since breaking his foot in the 2013 Playoffs, is still hoping to make a comeback. “I still feel like an NBA player,” Delfino said recently to Argentinian basketball publication Basquet Plus, as translated by NBA Reddit user sebs24....
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ORLANDO – Remember Carlos Delfino’s time with the Clippers? He never played a game, never put on a uniform. It was a three-day tenure at the end of August in 2014, part of a salary-cap transaction, and because of those 72 hours, there are...
The Los Angeles Clippers released Carlos Delfino on Friday, the team announced. Delfino was traded to the Clippers in a three-player trade between Los Angeles and the Milwaukee Bucks. Delfino missed the entire 2013-14 season and is expected to miss part of the upcoming season.
The Los Angeles Clippers have traded Jared Dudley to the Milwaukee Bucks for Carlos Delfino and Miroslav Raduljica, according to a source. The Clippers will also trade a future first round draft pick to the Bucks. Delfino will likely miss the entire 2014-15 season.
Bucks forward Carlos Delfino has traveled the world trying to heal his broken foot. He's hoping last weekend's surgery in Argentina does the trick.
Carlos Delfino has undergone a second surgery on his injured right foot and he isn't sure whether he will join the Milwaukee Bucks on the court this season. "It's time to wait now," Delfino said Thursday from his home in Argentina. After the injury last May while with Houston, Delfino signed a three-year, $9.75 million deal with the Bucks in July and expected to be ready to go...
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Carlos Delfino has undergone a second surgery on his injured right foot and he isn't sure whether he will join the Milwaukee Bucks on the court this season. After the injury last May while with Houston, Delfino signed a three-year, $9.75 million deal with the Bucks in July and expected to be ready to go when training camp opened in October. Instead, he was forced to have a second...
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MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee Bucks forward Carlos Delfino underwent successful surgery on his right foot Saturday morning in Argentina, general manager John Hammond announced. Dr. Donato Villani, team physician for the Argentinean national soccer team, performed the surgery at Sanatorio de la Trinidad in San Isidro, Buenos Aires. Delfino first developed pain in his right foot in the...
Carlos Delfino underwent successful surgery on his right foot in Buenos Aires. Delfino, 31, will have his foot immobilized and be placed on non-weight bearing restrictions for a period of eight weeks. Currently in his ninth NBA season, Delfino has career averages of 8.1 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game. He was signed to a free agent contract on July 17 and has not played...
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