ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- The Milwaukee Bucks have yet to have their full complement of big men healthy together for a single game this season, but that may be changing in the near future.
Bucks forward John Henson returned to practice Tuesday after missing the last three games with a sprained right wrist. Barring any last-minute setbacks, Henson will play Wednesday when the Bucks visit Denver.
"I practiced, so hopefully I'll be cleared tomorrow," Henson said following Tuesday's practice at the Cousins Center. "That's kind of the plan. I've been playing with it for a long time but I kept aggravating it, so I decided to sit out and let it heal up and let it stop swelling."
Henson said he initially hurt the wrist Jan. 18 in Houston but played in Milwaukee's next six games. He'll test the wrist again at Wednesday's shootaround before knowing if he'll play against the Nuggets.
"Now it's fine," Henson said. "I'm shooting now and it doesn't really hurt."
Bucks coach Larry Drew didn't see anyt...