Found September 20, 2013 on
Fox Sports Wisconsin:
This is the fourth in a 15-part series running Wednesdays and Fridays profiling each Milwaukee Bucks player leading up to the start of the NBA season.
After a rookie season in which he flashed signs of his tremendous talent, John Henson is expected to take a step forward in his second season. Henson is one of four players returning from last year's roster and will likely be called upon to play a greater role this season.
The Bucks made it clear Henson is one of the franchise's building blocks this summer by floating the power forward out to numerous different events around town. Long and athletic, Henson could form a scary inside duo with Larry Sanders if he can become more consistent.
Though he played for two different coaches, Henson's rookie season was a productive learning experience. After dominating summer league, the 22-year-old is a prime candidate to break out during his second season in the NBA.
2012-13 stats: 6.0 PPG, 4.7 RPG, 0.7 BPG, 48.2 FG , 53.3 FT i...
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