I haven't heard too much about him lately... Any good updates?
I heard he's playing well and is working back into that lottery.
I agree with Knicksboy... he deserves to be a lottery pick. He's from a great Duke program and is pretty athletic.
If he develops a more consistent mid-range jumper, he reminds me of Latrell Sprewell.
he just worked out for the bulls today. he wont be there at 16 though. everyone is saying he is going in the top 10 but who knows.
He could make the lottery in this weak draft but I think he could have a hard time ever cracking the starting lineup of an NBA team. I like him but dont love him. Same goes for alot of NBA scouts and GM's.
I think Henderson will be a good but not great pro player. I like his high school buddy Ellington better. Much better shooter!
Henderson is a much better than "pretty good" athlete. Although he didn't test well at the combine, he is clearly amongst the most athletic players in this draft.
Henderson is a decent athlete that was hyped up by Jay Bilas and Dick Vitale. He looked athletic next to John Scheyer and Kyle Singler. He is a bench player in the NBA.
He was strong for half a season. Is that enouhg to really think he will be a star like some people say. I have seen on other posts people think he will average 18ppg, 7rpg, 3apg. If he ever does that he will bea steal in this draft, I honestly see him as a borderling starter. I think on defense he is ready for the NBA. He doesn't have the range right now to be a threat. If he joined a team that is already talented, he could do well. If he is drafted in the lottery I see his averages as 9ppg, 4rpg, 2apg, 1spg.
He will have a long nba carrer because of his solid D. if his jump shot comes around I think he can be very good. Every tam needs that Kobe or Lebron stopper. I see henderson falling into that role in a couple years.
His athleticism was clearly not overhyped. Have you ever seen him play. He didn't do that well at the combine, but if you have ever watched him you would not say that he was a "decent athlete."