New Orleans Hornets guard Xavier Henry — who had been working out in the Big Easy after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery on July 27 — hopped in his car and headed north last Monday, just a few hours ahead of Hurricane Isaac.
Former Kansas University guard Xavier Henry has impressed his teammates in his first handful of practices at Memphis Grizzlies NBA preseason camp.
The Grizzlies signed first-round draft picks Xavier Henry and Greivis Vasquez on Friday, getting the deals done just four days before the start of training camp.
One of these days, when he finally signs his NBA rookie contract, former Kansas University guard Xavier Henry will be a millionaire at the ripe young age of 19.
Xavier Henry slipped on a blue Memphis Grizzlies jersey with his name and the No. 13 on it. Still to be determined is if he will wear it in games.
Former Kansas University guard Russell Robinson scored 20 points with three assists and four turnovers in the NBA Development League All-Stars’ 88-82 loss to Cleveland in Tuesday’s NBA summer league action in Las Vegas.
A millionaire at the age of 19, Xavier Henry already is working hard for his money.
Bill Self apparently has some influence not only in college basketball circles, but in the NBA, too. Self, Kansas University’s eighth-year coach, revealed Thursday night, that he flew to Memphis on Monday to speak with Grizzlies’ officials about “players” eligible for the 2010 draft.
Kansas forward Xavier Henry was taken by the Memphis Grizzlies with the 12th pick in the NBA Draft on Thursday.
It didn’t take former Kansas University basketball standout Cole Aldrich long to realize the enormity of what he had gotten himself into on Wednesday.
It was a fitting way for former Kansas University basketball players Cole Aldrich and Xavier Henry to be welcomed into the NBA — side by side.
Former Kansas forward Xavier Henry has been invited to attend the Green Room at the NBA Draft on Thursday in New York City, DraftExpress.com reported on its Twitter account Tuesday.
C.J. Henry remembers hanging out with his younger brother, Xavier, as well as his mom and dad on June 7, 2005 — the day he was selected No. 17 overall in the Major League Baseball draft.
Ever get an image that creeps into your mind and you can’t keep it from coming back to haunt you? That’s what happened to me Wednesday while Xavier Henry, between tears, eventually got around to saying he’s going to the NBA.
Kansas University freshman Xavier Henry declared for the NBA Draft during an emotional press conference Wednesday afternoon.