Henderson is set to have surgery on his hip, putting his 2017-18 season in jeopardy, Chris Haynes of ESPN.com reports.
Henderson dealt with left hip soreness for a large chunk of the 2016-17 season, though played through it often, missing just 10 games for the 76ers. As a low-profile free agent, his potential absence for the entirety of the upcoming season likely won't affect the NBA landscape. That said, he posted a respectable 9.2 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists across 23.2 minutes per game last season while shooting 42.4 percent from the field and 35.3 percent from beyond the arc. More details about his surgery and recovery time should emerge sooner than later.
Henderson was waived by the 76ers on Friday, Bob Cooney of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Henderson, a 29-year-old eight-year NBA veteran, likely would have seen a heavily reduced role with the 76ers next season following the drafting of Markelle Fultz. The team also has a myriad of young guards and wings in general, giving them all the more reason to send Henderson out the door. Last season, he posted 9.2 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists across 23.2 minutes per game and could be a fair depth pickup for any number of teams.
Henderson (hip) will be available Saturday against the Bucks.
Henderson has been dealing with a minor hip injury, but he's played in each of the Sixers' last five games and will be available in his usual capacity Saturday. The 29-year-old has played fewer than 20 minutes in four straight games, rendering him nearly useless in most daily contests.
Henderson (hip) is listed as probable for Tuesday's game against the Nets, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Henderson has been listed on the injury report the last several games with the left hip soreness that's been bothering him all season, but he's seen between 18 and 22 minutes off the bench in each of the past three contests. It doesn't sound like he'll be in jeopardy of sitting Tuesday, but don't expect his minutes to expand much further beyond what he's received in those recent games.
Henderson (hip) is listed as probable for Friday's game against the Cavaliers, Brian Seltzer of Sixers.com reports.
Henderson, who has been slowed off an on by the sore left hip all season, was also listed as probable ahead of Wednesday's game against the Hawks and ultimately played 22 minutes. A similar fate likely awaits Friday, but the 76ers will check back in on his condition after pregame warmups before finalizing his status for the evening. Henderson was able to participate in portions of the 76ers' morning shootaround Friday.
Henderson (hip) has been upgraded to probable for Wednesday's matchup against the Hawks, Bob Cooney of Daily News reports.
Henderson missed Tuesday's matchup against the Nets with a sore left hip but is apparently feeling significantly better, as the 76ers are listing him as probable for Wednesday. If for some reason he's unable to play, look for Nik Stauskas and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot to see additional run. If Henderson does play as expected, however, he'll possibly rejoin his usual role in the starting five.
Henderson (hip) is considered questionable for Wednesday's game against the Hawks, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.
Henderson sat out of Tuesday's game against the Nets due to soreness in his left hip and is in danger of missing another game due to the issue. Look for Nik Stauskas and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot to see extra minutes if Henderson is held out once again.
Henderson won't play Tuesday against the Nets due to a sore left hip, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Henderson has been bothered by the sore left hip periodically all season, and while he could probably play through the injury if needed, the 76ers won't push him on the front end of a back-to-back set. The veteran could be back in action Wednesday against the Hawks, but Nik Stauskas and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot should be the main beneficiaries of his absence Tuesday.
Henderson will be rested for Monday's game against the Magic, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel reports.
Once again bound for the lottery, the Sixers will hold Henderson out of action Monday after he played 17 minutes in Sunday's win over the Celtics. Henderson will likely return to action Wednesday against Oklahoma City, and his absence should free up some increased minutes for Nik Stauskas and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot.
Henderson (hip) submitted nine points (1-7 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 6-8 FT), three rebounds and one assist across 17 minutes in a 105-99 win over the Celtics on Sunday.
Henderson's recurring left hip soreness flared up over the weekend, but he was never in any serious risk of missing Sunday's contest. The veteran shooting guard made up for his poor showing from the field by showing some aggressiveness in getting to the free-throw line, but his pedestrian stat line probably didn't do much for those in deeper leagues that are still rostering him. Henderson is likely to lose, not gain playing time as the 76ers look to assess younger options over the final month of the season, so his fantasy stock is clearly trending downward.
Henderson is dealing with a sore left hip, but is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Celtics, Jessica Camerato of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Henderson has dealt with hip issues on and off this month, already missing three games because of the injury. That being said, his probable designation suggests that he's not dealing with too much pain, so expect him to give it a go Sunday, especially with the team somewhat shorthanded due to injuries. Coach Brett Brown seems to have settled on Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot as his starting shooting guard, so Henderson's role figures to remain somewhat muted over the final three weeks of the season.
Henderson will come off the bench for Tuesday's game against the Warriors.
Rookie Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot will get the start at shooting guard in Henderson's place, as the 76ers are looking to see what they have with the young Frenchmen with the end of the regular season drawing close. Henderson could now be in for a reduced role Tuesday considering that Luwawu-Cabarrot has played 60 minutes over the last two games as a starter, eating up a big chunk of time on the wing for Philadelphia.
Henderson (hip) will draw the start during Sunday's game against the Lakers, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Now that he's healthy, Henderson will resume his usual role in the starting lineup Sunday. He should be in for about a 25-minute workload, and he's averaging 9.9 points and 2.5 rebounds per game this season.
Henderson (hip) will play during Sunday's tilt against the Lakers, Jessica Camerato of CSN Philly reports.
Henderson missed Saturday's game due to hip soreness, but will be available Sunday. It's unknown at this time whether or not he'll start, but he'll likely resume his usual 25-minute workload regardless.
Henderson (hip) has been ruled out for Saturday's matchup versus the Clippers, but expects to play Sunday, Jessica Camerato of CSNPhilly.com reports.
It sounds like the 76ers are being cautious with their veteran shooting guard, and taking it easy during a back-to-back set. Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot will get the start at the Two in his place, while Nik Stauskus should help provide some depth. Henderson was held out of two games last weekend, so it appears his surgically-repaired left hip could continue to be an issue going forward.
Henderson (hip) was held out of practice Friday, and it's unknown if he'll suit up Saturday against the Clippers, Jessica Camerato of CSN Philadelphia reports.
After missing two games over the weekend with soreness in his surgically-repaired left hip, Henderson has played in the 76ers' past two contests, but it appears the injury hasn't permanently subsided. The team's decision to hold the veteran out of practice a day after Thursday's loss to the Trail Blazers may have only been precautionary, but he could be at some risk of missing either or both of the contests for the team's weekend back-to-back set in Los Angeles. An official update on Henderson's status for Saturday's game may not arrive until shortly before the 3:30 p.m. ET tip off, as the 76ers aren't expected to hold a morning shootaround.
Henderson (hip) submitted 14 points (5-10 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 4-5 FT), three rebounds, one assist and one steal across 29 minutes in Thursday's 114-108 loss to the Trail Blazers.
After logging 17 minutes in Monday's loss to the Bucks following a return from a two-game absence due to a sore hip, Henderson saw a more robust allotment of playing time Thursday and delivered a quality outing. Though he came off the bench behind Nik Stauskas, Henderson saw more playing time of the two and was by far the more effective producer of the two. Perhaps Henderson will take back his spot as the starting shooting guard now that he's seemingly healthy again, but given his low usage rate and the fact that he's not a reliable contributor in any category outside of the scoring column, Henderson only needs to be owned in very deep leagues.
Henderson (hip) is listed as probable for Thursday's game against the Trail Blazers.
Henderson's inclusion on the injury report is likely just precautionary, as the veteran returned from a two-game absence in Monday's loss to the Bucks, starting at shooting guard while logging 17 minutes. So long as he doesn't experience any renewed soreness in his surgically-repaired left hip at morning shootaround Thursday, Henderson should be in store for another starting nod.
Henderson (hip) finished with five points (2-4 FG, 1-1 3Pt) and three rebounds across 17 minutes during Monday's 112-98 loss to the Bucks.
Henderson returned to the starting lineup Monday after missing the last two games with a sore hip, but didn't make much of an impression in the blowout victory. The 29-year-old is averaging a meager 9.8 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 23.9 minutes per game on the season, and it wouldn't be surprising if he saw his role decline over the season's final month as the 76ers look to assess younger options on the wing like Nik Stauskas, Justin Anderson and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot.
Henderson (hip) will start at shooting guard Monday against the Bucks, Bob Cooney of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Henderson was listed as probable heading into Monday, so his return from a two-game absence was the expected course of action. He'll return to the starting lineup, with Nik Stauskas heading to the bench in a corresponding move. Considering Henderson is fresh off an injury, coach Brett Brown could end up leaning more heavily on Stauskas at shooting guard for at least Monday's contest.