NBA Free Agency: Milwaukee agrees to 3-year deal with Carlos Delfino


It didn't take Delfino long to find a new home after being released by the Rockets, and it's something of a homecoming for the 3-point specialist.

Carlos Delfino and the Milwaukee Bucks have agreed to terms on a three-year deal, according to a report from Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo!:

Delfino spent last season in Houston but was released by the Rockets in order to free up salary cap space for the addition of center Dwight Howard. The deal reunites Delfino with Milwaukee, where he spent the three seasons prior to signing with Houston.

He served primarily as a reserve for the Rockets but nonetheless averaged 10.6 points per game, which ranked fifth on the team. More than two-thirds of his field goal attempts came from three-point range, where he shot 37.5 percent.

Delfino appeared in 178 games for Milwaukee from 2009 through 2012, and it was the Bucks who made him a regular member of a starting lineup for the first time in his career. He averaged a career-high 11.5 points per game during the 2010-11 season.

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