Carlos Delfino SG/SF LAC 19 Days

Delfino had surgery earlier in the week to remove a screw from his foot, Hoops Hype reports.

He's currently a free agent, but may be able to catch on with a team when he recovers around February.

Carlos Delfino SG/SF LAC 2 Months

Delfino (foot) will be waived by the Clippers on Friday, the Orange County Register reports.

The Clippers acquired Delfino and Miroslav Raduljica from the Bucks earlier in the week in a deal geared at clearing cap space. In waiving both players, the Clippers will end up saving roughly $3.5 million. The team will use the stretch provision on both players, which allows them to pay the remaining portion of their contract over multiple years to minimize yearly cap impact. Delfino, who did not play last season, last took the court with the Rockets in 2012-13.

Carlos Delfino SG/SF LAC 2 Months

Delfino, along with Miroslav Raduljica, has been traded to the Clippers in exchange for Jared dudley and a future first-rounder, Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski reports.

Delfino, who's status for this season remains up in the air, will join the Clippers in a deal that essentially dumps Dudley's salary. The Clippers could use Delfino's three-point shooting ability, though he hasn't played since the 2012-13 season due to a lingering foot issue. As of now, he likely won't be much of a contributor, but his health is what will ultimately dictate his value.

Carlos Delfino SG/SF LAC 3 Months

Carlos Delfino (foot) will not play at FIBA this summer.

He was at Las Vegas Summer League and it appeared that he didn't have anything wrong with him while walking, but there's obviously a big difference from walking and playing ball. Delfino should be ready to start the season after missing all of 2013-14.

Carlos Delfino SG/SF LAC 3 Months

Carlos Delfino (foot) is in Las Vegas for summer league.

He was checking out some action sitting next to Amir Johnson, and there was nothing supporting his foot. There have been very little updates on his status, but he expects to play for Argentina in FIBA later this summer. Delfino is likely just hanging out with the Bucks and perhaps going through some team drills.

Carlos Delfino SG/SF LAC 4 Months

Carlos Delfino (foot) announced on Monday that he intends to play for Argentina in this year's FIBA World Cup, pending a medical release from the Bucks.

Delfino is still recovering from a broken foot that sidelined him for the entire 2013-14 season, but it appears he'd like to give it a go. Delfino also added that he plans to participate with the Bucks at the Las Vegas Summer League, however it's unclear whether he intends to actually play in those games, or if he'll just be participating in some side workouts with some of the Bucks veteran guys.

Carlos Delfino SG/SF LAC 6 Months

Carlos Delfino hopes to play for Argentina in the World Cup this summer, but his availability is uncertain due to foot surgery he had in December.

"Maybe Milwaukee will see it as beneficial for me to get up to speed and so I can arrive at the start of training camp with a little basketball," Delfino said. "Hopefully the new [Bucks] owners see it the same way." There have been no reports of Delfino advancing to on-court work during his rehab, so we're considering him somewhat doubtful to play for his native country this summer.

Carlos Delfino SG/SF LAC 7 Months

Carlos Delfino will return to Milwaukee to continue his rehab on his foot injury.

It was reported earlier this week he would stay in Argentina, but he'll use the team facilities with head athletic trainer Scott Barthlama. Delfino is out for the season and has not played a single minute with the Bucks this go 'round.

Carlos Delfino SG/SF LAC 7 Months

Carlos Delfino (foot) will continue rehabbing in Argentina and will not join the Bucks this season.

He was ruled out for the season back in January and he just won't be joining the team. Delfino should be ready to go for next season as an unrestricted free agent.

Carlos Delfino SG/SF LAC 9 Months

Carlos Delfino (foot surgery) has officially been ruled out for the 2013-14 season after the NBA granted the Bucks a Disabled Player Exception.

Milwaukee gets a $1.75 million exception which can be used for salary-cap relief in trades or free agent signings to acquire a replacement player. Delfino is expected to rejoin the Bucks in late February as he continues his rehabilitation, and he should be ready for training camp.