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Bucks C John Henson could be in line for bigger role in 2015-16
|by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer|
|(7/16/15) Bucks center John Henson will likely see a more prominent role with the team in the 2015-16 season. Coach Jason Kidd could choose to play Henson next to recent-acquisition Greg Monroe at certain points next season.
"For me, I can play anybody," Kidd said of Henson's projected role, per the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "He'll find some time throughout the year. Henson and Monroe will be on the floor. Henson can play 5 (center) and 4 (power forward). We can go with two bigs or Henson can be out at the 5 with all smalls."
Last season, Henson averaged 7.0 points and 4.7 total rebounds per game, while shooting 56 percent from the field. He nearly averaged nine points per game in last season's playoffs while playing 25.5 minutes per game from the bench.
"What he did in the playoffs is potentially a statement in his young career," Bucks general manager Hammond said. "To defend the interior against the players Chicago has — (Joakim) Noah and (Pau) Gasol — was impressive.
"We think John is a great complement to Greg with his defensive ability and his ability as a premier shot-blocker in the league."
Bucks' John Henson to use offseason to change diet to keep weight on
|by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer|
|(5/2/15) As the Bucks prepare for their offseason, center John Henson said he'll be concentrating more on his diet, per BrewHoop.com.|
Henson struggled to keep weight on during the season and wants to better maintain it in 2015-16.
Bucks' John Henson scores 21 in near double-double vs. 76ers
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(2/25/15) Bucks center John Henson scored a team-high 21 points on 9 of 12 shooting while hauling in nine rebounds in his team's 104-88 win over the 76ers Wednesday.
Henson came off the bench Wednesday after seeing 11 straight starts but managed one of his best performances of the season, topping his previous scoring best and nearly tallying his third double-double. He also racked up three blocks, two assists and two steals in 29 minutes.
The Bucks are set to face the Lakers Friday.
Bucks center John Henson dealing with ankle injury
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(2/19/15) An ankle injury prevented Bucks center John Henson from participating in the contact portions of Thursday's practice, reports Fox Sports Wisconsin.
Henson said he tweaked the ankle in Wednesday's practice, but he believes he'll play in Friday's game against the Nuggets.
Bucks center Zaza Pachulia returns to action Monday
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(2/10/15) Bucks center Zaza Pachulia scored five points on 1 of 6 shooting from the field and grabbed five rebounds in his first game back on the court after missing six straight with a calf injury.
"He gave us some great minutes, defensively and offensively," Bucks coach Jason Kidd said. "We're happy to have him back and be able to have him come out there and finish the game. I thought that was great."
Pachulia played just 16 minutes off the bench, but Kidd is hoping he can help lighten the load for John Henson.
"It's always good to get those guys back into the fold before all-star break," Kidd said. "Especially with the long break."
|Because playing time hasn't been particularly consistent for him, it has been easy to assume that the Bucks aren't particularly high on fourth-year big man John Henson. However, they signed him to a long-term extension this offseason, so clearly things aren't as bad as they seem, which may mean we should re-evaluate our perception of him. Henson is obviously talented, with per-minute production that hints at heretofore unfulfilled potential as an elite Fantasy option. He averaged 7.0 points, 4.7 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game last season while playing just 18.3 minutes per game; imagine if he got 25 minutes per game again, like he did in 2013-14. Unfortunately with Jabari Parker back from injury, Giannis Antetokounmpo pushing his long arms into the frontcourt and Greg Monroe and his newly minted contract, it's hard to see Henson's role growing too much. He has plenty of value as a defensive specialist for category-based formats, but can probably go safely undrafted in standard H2H formats.
(Updated 8/10/15) |
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