“I just want to say how happy and excited I am to start a new journey and challenge for myself, as well as being a part of a powerful project being put together by a historic club,” Delaney said. “I can’t wait to get to my new home, in the great city of Milan.”
Delaney spent two seasons in Atlanta, appearing in 127 games for the franchise from 2016-18. He averaged 5.7 points in 17.8 minutes per game.
The Baltimore native, who went undrafted out of Virginia Tech back in 2011, is well traveled. Delaney has played in France, Ukraine, Germany, Russia, China, and Spain in addition to the NBA since leaving the college ranks.