MILWAUKEE — Bucks heart John Henson tore his left wrist ligament, the crew introduced Friday morning. The harm would require surgical procedure.
The harm occurred throughout the Bucks’ Nov. 6 sport in opposition to the Portland Path Blazers. He was in a position to play for the following three video games, the Bucks stated, however instructed workers that he was experiencing “discomfort” throughout Wednesday night time’s 116-113 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies.
The Bucks stated that Henson was evaluated Sunday by orthopedic surgeon Dr. Carole Vetter. The crew stated that the surgical procedure might be scheduled soon and that a timetable for return might be supplied after the operation.
“It is powerful,” Brook Lopez instructed ESPN. “John brings loads of power. He has been taking pictures the ball tremendous nicely. He picks up our protection when he comes within the sport. We would like him to take care of himself, and we’re going to depend on whoever is subsequent to step up and be prepared.”
Via 14 video games this season, Henson — who comes off the bench — averaged 5.6 factors, 5.1 rebounds and one help per sport.
The Bucks, who play the Chicago Bulls on Friday night time, may even be with out rookie guard Donte DiVincenzo for at the very least the following three video games. He suffered a minor left quadriceps pressure in opposition to the Grizzlies, the crew stated.