Carlos Delfino life and biography

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Carlos Delfino biography

Date of birth : 1982-08-29
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Santa Fe, Argentina
Nationality : Argentine
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2011-04-11
Credited as : Basketball player NBA, forward-guard for the Bucks, NBA Draft

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Carlos Delfino is an Argentine professional basketball player. He also has Italian citizenship. Delfino plays at the small forward and shooting guard positions. He stands 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) tall and weighs 104 kg (230 lb). He is also noted for his defensive skills. He is currently a member of the Milwaukee Bucks.

Career history:

Olimpia de Venado Tuerto (1998–99)
Unión de Santa Fe (1999–00)
Viola Reggio Calabria (2000–02)
Skipper Bologna (2002–04)
Detroit Pistons (2004–07)
Toronto Raptors (2007–08)
Khimki Moscow Region (2008–09)
Milwaukee Bucks (2009-present)


Appeared in 75 games, including a career-high 66 starts and averaged career-bests in points (11.0), rebounds (5.3), assists (2.7) and steals (1.1) ... shot 40.8 percent from the field, 36.7 percent from three and 78.2 percent from the free throw line while averaging 30.23 minutes per game ... connected on a career-best 134 three-pointers ... combined with Brandon Jennings (145 threes) for 279 three pointers, the most three-pointers by a Bucks duo since Michael Redd (182) and Ray Allen (123) hit 305 in 2002-03 … had 23 games with three or more threes … had 38 games in double-digit scoring, including eight 20-plus point games … finished with four double-doubles … led the team in points seven times, rebounds nine times, assists five times and steals 27 times ... scored a career-high 28 points on 10-14 shooting (tied career high six three pointers), along with four rebounds, four steals and three assists at Utah on 1/16 … had 22 points, eight rebounds, four assists and one steal against Toronto on 1/20 … scored 24 points on 9-11 shooting, including 4-6 from three, with eight rebounds and eight assists (tied for season high) against Minnesota on 1/23 … 13 points, 11 rebounds and three assists against Washington on 3/3 … had 16 points and a career-high 13 rebounds against Cleveland on 3/6 … had 19 points, with five three's, along with eight rebounds, two assists and two steals against Boston on 3/9 … 21 points, including four three's, and seven rebounds at Denver on 3/20 … 23 points, nine rebounds, five assists and two steals against Atlanta on 3/22 … tallied 23 points on 8-14 shooting (5-8 from three) with five assists and three steals at Philadelphia on 4/9 … missed one game on 3/17 with a left ankle sprain and three from 3/28-31 with neck and jaw pain from being inadvertently stepped on in a game against Miami on 3/26 ... was a DNP-CD in two games and inactive for four.

Drafted by the Detroit Pistons with the 25th overall pick in the first round of the 2003 NBA Draft ... signed with Detroit on 7/14/04 ... traded to Toronto from Detroit in exchange for second round picks in 2009 and 2010 ... traded to Milwaukee (along with Roko Ukic) from Toronto in exchange for Amir Johnson and Sonny Weems on 8/18/09.

Was a member of the Gold Medal winning Argentina National Team at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece … Played for the Argentina National Team along with Manu Ginobili (San Antonio), Andres Nocioni (Chicago), Fabricio Oberto (San Antonio) and Walter Hermann (Charlotte) at the 2006 FIBA World Championships in Japan … Won a bronze medal as a member of the Argentinean Junior National Team in 2001 at the World Junior Championships ... Was a member of the Argentinean Cadets National Team that claimed the 1997 and 1998 South American Championship … Was informed of his trade to Toronto as he stepped off the plane returning from his honeymoon in Hawaii.


Full name Carlos Francisco Delfino... Discovered by the same European team (Reggio Calabria) that discovered Manu Ginobili of the San Antonio Spurs … Applied for the 2001 NBA Draft, but withdrew his name from consideration .

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