Carlos Delfino (foot) will continue rehabbing in Argentina and will not join the Bucks this season.
Carlos Delfino (foot surgery) has officially been ruled out for the 2013-14 season after the NBA granted the Bucks a Disabled Player Exception.
Carlos Delfino (foot surgery) is expected to return to Milwaukee prior to the All-Star break in February.
Carlos Delfino (foot surgery) isn't sure whether he'll play during the 2013-14 season, saying, "some people say [the rehab takes] six months. Some people say three months."
Carlos Delfino will be limited to non-weight bearing activities for eight weeks after having right foot surgery on Saturday.
Carlos Delfino (foot) will undergo surgery on his right foot on Saturday.
Carlos Delfino (foot) will miss 4-6 months after setbacks in his recovery, according to his personal website.
Carlos Delfino (foot) is no longer wearing a walking boot.
Carlos Delfino (foot) has a doctor's appointment Thursday and is hopeful to start practicing soon.
There is still no timetable on when we might see Carlos Delfino in action as he recovers from right foot surgery.
Zaza Pachulia (Achilles) and Carlos Delfino (knee) won't play in the Bucks' preseason opener on Tuesday.
Carlos Delfino is recovering from right foot surgery and is expected to miss the entire preseason, and may not be ready for the start of the regular season.
Beat writer Gery Woelfel reiterates that the Bucks are expected to start Carlos Delfino at small forward.
Bucks GM John Hammond views Carlos Delfino as the team's starting small forward, backed up by Khris Middleton.