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John Henson’s Near ‘Triple-Double’ An Aggressive Summer Sign


One year can make a huge differences. In the Bucks’ opener Saturday, John Henson, the 6-foot-11 forward from North Carolina had 19 points, 13 rebounds and three blocks. After missing the next game with a groin strain, Henson nearly got a “triple-double” Tuesday against Golden State – 15 rebounds (nine in the first quarter) with nine points and (gulp) eight turnovers. (NBA.com)

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