John Henson had good summer league for BucksPosted by Inside Hoops
Nick Van Exel made his summer-league head coaching debut Friday as the Milwaukee Bucks concluded their weeklong stay in Las Vegas.
Despite another strong effort from rookie point guard Nate Wolters, the Bucks lost, 90-80, to the San Antonio Spurs.
But the bigger picture showed some positive developments for the Bucks (2-3) as they packed their bags and prepared to head home.
Second-year player John Henson proved to be one of the top big men in the NBA Summer League. He sat out Friday’s game with a minor injury but finished with averages of 14.7 points and 13.7 rebounds in three summer games.
Wolters, who scored 20 points Friday, gained confidence with each successive game and showed an impressive ability to get into the lane.
Reported by Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel