With the No. 14 pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, the Milwaukee Bucks selected John Henson from North Carolina.
Henson is a lanky forward/center whose specialty is defense; he's more or less a poor man's Anthony Davis. One of the major questions about Henson is whether he'll ever be able to put on legit weight. He's quite thin and has developed physically in only limited ways at North Carolina. His primary strengths are on the defensive end, where he can block shots and rebound well. He could be a longer Ekpe Udoh in the end, which would be a boon (if you're a member of the Udoh plus-minus army, which ... why wouldn't you be?). On offense, he averaged 13 points per game at UNC last year, but isn't expected to be a whole lot more than a garbage man coming into the league. Developing a strong pick-and-roll relationship with his point guard could pay huge dividends down the line.
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