Odds & Ends: Sixers, Adam Morrison, Earl Watson

With the Olympics set to get underway less than a week from now, Carlos Delfino remains unsigned even though he's talked to a few different teams about employment for next season. The Bucks, however, have not made any contact with the Argentinean swingman and that upsets Delfino. "I expected to have at least a conversation [with Milwaukee]," Delfino told HoopsHype. "I ended up aggravating my injury because I wanted to play with the Bucks. It hurts me a little bit that they have not even reached out to me. Let's check in around the league on the latest news and stories making headlines…

  • The Sixers are confident that they made the right decisions this offseason to improve their roster heading into the 2012/13 season, writes Gary Washburn of The Boston Globe. Key additions include Nick Young, Dorell Wright and Kwame Brown while Elton Brand, Jodie Meeks and Lou Williams will be playing elsewhere next season.
  • Don't expect to see Adam Morrison on the Clippers' roster next season as he's not playing at the level of an NBA player, predicts Steve Kyler of HoopsWorld (via Twitter). Morrison did managed to score 22 points and grab four rebounds in a summer league victory over the Lakers on Thursday.
  • Even though Earl Watson is still months away from being able to play basketball, he's keeping himself a part of the Jazz team by visiting the squad at the Orlando Summer League, writes Brian T. Smith of The Salt Lake Tribune. This is nothing new for the guard as he dressed for a playoff game against the Spurs in May even though he was on crutches. 

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