Emiliano Carchia: Carlos Delfino agreed to terms with Fortitudo Bologna, a source told Sportando. Delfino has started the season with Fiat Torino
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Boca Júniors signed Carlos Delfino to a deal for the season. The Argentinean returns to his homeland and already had his first practice with Boca.
As reported by Julito Pavoni, former NBA player Carlos Delfino is very close to sign a deal for the rest of the season with Boca Juniors in his home country. Delfino is expected to arrive in Buenos Aires in the next few days to take the medicals and signing the contract.
Fortitudo Bologna is still hopeful to sign Carlos Delfino. The Argentinean returned to action at the Olympic with his National Team. “The market is always open and something may happen soon. Carlos Delfino? I still have hope to sign him” the president of the club, Gianluca Muratori, told TRC Bologna.
Argentine guard Carlos Delfino told newspaper Ole this week he has not given up on the NBA yet. “From a personal standpoint, for sure I want return with an NBA team,” Delfino said. “Is it a long shot? Very long shot, but I believe in it and have been working towards that goal for a long time. And I’m still doing it. If I have to get minutes somewhere else while waiting for that NBA option, so be it. We’ll see.”
Fabian Perez: Just found out Baskonia of Spain is interested in Carlos Delfino.
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. “I want to come back to do interesting stuff. That’s my objective.”
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The Warriors recently connected Wiggins with an Oakland doctor who understands issues surrounding vaccine hesitancy, sources said. The doctor explained the suffering and deaths she has witnessed in patients who contracted the coronavirus, sources said, but Wiggins remains unmoved in his decision against vaccination.
San Francisco requires full vaccination to be allowed indoors for entertainment, including large events like NBA games at 18,000-seat Chase Center. New York City is the only other NBA market currently facing such restrictions. League sources believe the NBA will grant Wiggins a religious exemption, but San Francisco has the power to override it inside the city.
Though it doesn’t look good right now, the Sixers continue to insist that their preferred outcome at this point is to bring Simmons back and try to work through this. Embiid has publicly stumped for Simmons and privately insisted they can turn this around if they simply get him back in the gym and around the team. Rivers does not believe this will be an issue in the locker room, using an example from his own playing days to show these situations can be rectified.
The Simmons-Rivers relationship has been one of many issues in question as this has played out over the summer. Sources with knowledge of the situation have noted throughout the offseason that mending that relationship would be one of the most important steps toward potentially making this work, even if temporarily, and there has been little-to-no progress on that front. Simmons’ buy-in has been described as “low” or “non-existent” by team sources in recent weeks, with the head coach and player rarely speaking since the season ended in late June.
Vogel hopped on Spectrum’s “LakeShow” podcast on Wednesday and shed some light on AD’s apparent physical transformation this summer. Clearly, Davis’ new look has Vogel feeling particularly optimistic about the upcoming season. “He put a lot of work this off-season into his body, a lot of work,” Vogel said. “We had a moment maybe two weeks ago, where he had been training at home and we had a lot of conversations about concerns we have with our team … And (AD) comes in for a workout, the first time we’ve seen him for a while, and his body looked imposing. And we all just looked at each other like, ‘We’re going to be really good this year. Just looking at that guy right there, we’re going to be really good this year.’”