The Knicks aren't expected to retain Henson (calf) after his 10-day contract expired Thursday, Marc Berman of the New York Post reports. New York brought in Henson on April 5 to provide depth at center after Mitchell Robinson underwent foot surgery, but the 30-year-old never got the chance to debut for the Knicks. He suffered a right calf strain in his second day practicing with the team and been ruled out ahead of four straight games with the injury. The Knicks could revisit re-signing Henson once he recovers from the calf injury, but the team is presumably more interested in bringing in a healthy player to fill the final opening on its roster for the time being.
Henson (calf) is out Wednesday against the Pelicans. A strained calf will prevent Henson from making his Knicks debut. He's on a 10-day contract, so his chances are running out.
Henson (calf) will not play Monday against the Lakers. Henson signed with the Knicks last week but immediately picked up a strained calf which will now keep him out of a fourth consecutive game. When healthy, Henson will provide depth up front, but he almost certainly won't be fantasy relevant.
Henson (calf) won't play Sunday against the Raptors. A right calf strain will prevent Henson from making his Knicks debut again. His next chance to play is Monday against the Lakers.
Henson (calf) is out for Friday's game against the Grizzlies. Henson signed a 10-day contract with the Knicks on Monday, but he's been forced to miss both the team's contests since then. His next chance to debut with the team will come Sunday versus the Raptors.
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