Charles F. Gardner: Bucks coach Jason Kidd says Brogdon and Henson went through contact drills last 2 days and should be ready Monday vs. Hornets.
Bobby Marks: Recent thumb injury will see John Henson miss out on $250k in bonus incentives. Henson was a lock to play in 60 games before the injury.
Sirius XM NBA: John Henson on his injured thumb - “I’m getting there… I’ll be back soon.” Says he's targeting next week for a return #OwnTheFuture
Charles F. Gardner: Bucks coach Jason Kidd said Malcolm Brogdon (back) and John Henson (thumb) are unlikely to play Thurs. vs. Pacers.
Milwaukee Bucks forward John Henson is expected to be sidelined for approximately a week with a left thumb sprain, a league source told ESPN. Henson, 26, sustained the injury at some point during the team's 93-90 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Tuesday and missed the next two games. If the 6-foot-11 forward were to be absent for exactly a week, that would give him six games to play in before the regular season concludes.
Charles F. Gardner: Jason Kidd said goal is to have John Henson on practice floor Friday and possibly play next week. Henson out 18th straight game tonight vs. Heat.
August 10, 2022 | 6:04 pm EDT Update
Moritz Wagner: “Spending the summer with the guys who make this experience quite unique was my highlight of the year last year and was something I looked forward to with excitement all season. The fact that my ankle isn’t healed is difficult to accept at first, but it’s part of the game. This team is special and I’m looking forward to watching the boys play and supporting them”.
Just hours after the announcement about Mo Wagner missing the Eurobasket, the German team bounced back with an 87-83 win over Belgium in a very close game. Franz Wagner with 23 points and five rebounds and free agent Dennis Schroder with 21 points and seven assists got the job done. Daniel Theis added 8 points for the winning side, which didn’t use Karim Jallow, Maodo Lo, Johannes Thiemann, and Johannes Voigtmann.
The demolition process of the Sacramento Kings former home has started. Demolition of Sleep Train Arena is underway and some of the work can be seen from the exterior. The popular “6th Man” statue has also been removed. The plan is to completely demolish Sleep Train Arena to make way for redevelopment in the same space.
August 10, 2022 | 4:15 pm EDT Update
A jersey worn by basketball star Michael Jordan during one of the most famous seasons in his NBA career is expected to reach up to $5 million at auction. Jordan wore the Chicago Bulls jersey in Game 1 of the 1998 NBA Finals, and it will be one of only two of his jerseys worn in a finals game to ever appear at auction, according to Sotheby’s.
An estimate of $3 million-$5 million is the highest ever for a Jordan jersey, or any piece of Jordan memorabilia, the auction house said. The 1997-1998 season is known as “The Last Dance,” and was the subject of a 2020 ESPN/Netflix documentary series by the same name.