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Oct 18, 2014
Rotoworld
Xavier Henry is going to New York to get a second opinion on his right knee, and then will head to Germany for the Regenokine treatment.
Silver Screen and Roll Oct 19, 2014

Xavier Henry undergoing knee treatment in Germany, out for preseason

Xavier Henry will miss the rest of Lakers preseason, heading to Germany to undergo knee treatment. Xavier Henry has been ruled out for the remainder of the Los Angeles Lakers' preseason as he struggles to recover from knee surgery. Henry is now scheduled to make a trip to Germany to get a second opinion on his knee before undergoing Regenokine treatment, as announced in a press release by his agents. The Lakers were expecting Henry to miss part of training camp and preseason, but his recovery has been a slower process than anticipated. There's been sparse details on what progress he has...
Rotoworld Oct 18, 2014

Xavier Henry to get second opininon on knee - Xavier Henry (G/F) Los Angeles Lakers

Xavier Henry is going to New York to get a second opinion on his right knee, and then will head to Germany for the Regenokine treatment.
How can the Lakers replace Nick Young?

How can the Lakers replace Nick Young?

WIth the separate injuries to Nick Young and Xavier Henry, the Lakers will have a huge hole to fill in regards to their wing position. Here are some potential faces that could help patch up the temporary hole. Nearly 72 hours before their preseason opener against Denver, the Los Angeles Lakers were dealt another extremely unlucky hand as Nick Young suffered a torn ligament in his right thumb that should keep him sidelined until late November or early December. With Young sidelined for the foreseeable future and a large amount of uncertainty centered around the health of Xavier Henry,...
Silver Screen and Roll Sep 22, 2014
Lakers season preview: Xavier Henry profile

Lakers season preview: Xavier Henry profile

Xavier Henry's versatility off the bench should be a boost for the Lakers if he can stay healthy this time around. Name: Xavier Henry Season: 5th season (2nd with Lakers) Role: Backup small forward. The Good: When healthy, Henry thrived on the bench for the Lakers last season, and an improved roster will only help matters. He shot nearly 10 percent better off the bench than when he started, and his three-point efficiency improved by 20 percent all the same. Next to Nick Young and Jeremy Lin, Henry will help anchor an athletic Laker bench, sporting his improved handle from last season, and...
Silver Screen and Roll Sep 22, 2014
Lakers Season preview: Xavier Henry is a valuable role player

Lakers Season preview: Xavier Henry is a valuable role player

After stabilizing his career in the NBA with the Lakers last season, what role will Xavier Henry play going forward? The sudden redemption of Xavier Henry's short but troubled NBA career started during the early stages of the 2013-14 season and became one of the biggest stories of the Los Angeles Lakers' season. When the Lakers tipped off the season against the Clippers, the team was still in the process of trying to figure out their backcourt rotation without Kobe Bryant. Henry immediately stood out as a potential bandage to the Lakers torn-up rotation. He had a breakout performance in...

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