Milwaukee Bucks: Every Olympian In Franchise History

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Carlos Delfino – 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016 Olympics

If there’s one man who could rival Toni Kukoc for the title of the most decorated Olympian ever to suit up for the Bucks, it’s certainly Carlos Delfino. Delfino is the only former Buck to suit up in four different Olympics, and the only one to win multiple medals with one of them being a gold.

Delfino made his debut for the Argentine Olympic team in Beijing in 2004, playing only a bit part role as a 21-year-old on a team who went on to upset the US and win gold. Delfino went on to be a pivotal piece of Argentina’s bronze medal winning team in Beijing and their team that finished fourth in London. Even having not stepped on a court competitively for years due to injury, Delfino returned for the 2016 Olympics in Rio.

For his complete Olympic career, Delfino has averaged 9.4 points per game across 30 games. The best of Delfino’s Olympic play likely came in Beijing, where he posted a double-double of 20 points and 10 rebounds in helping his country defeat Lithuania in the bronze medal game.

Delfino started his NBA career out in Detroit, before taking in spells with the Raptors, Bucks and Rockets as the years progressed.

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