CBSSports.com "Lakers guard Xavier Henry is done for the rest of the season after having surgeries to repair issues in his wrist and knee. Henry hasn't played since March 28, and before that was out almost two months. He'll have a procedure done to repair a torn ligament in his left wrist (shooting hand) and..." April 11
.@XavierHenry will have surgery Friday to repair a torn ligament in his left wrist as well as arthroscopic surgery on his right knee.
Gasol, Henry & Farmar: out for #SunsAtLakers. Nash: game-time decision. D'Antoni said he will start Marshall, Meeks, Bazemore, Hill & Kaman.
Henry is out tonight against ORL w/ torn ligament in left wrist, but he told D'Antoni he believes he can play Tuesday vs. Knicks
Inside Socal "Although x-rays on his sore left wrist turned out to be negative, Lakers forward Xavier Henry said he will receive an MRI today for precautionary reasons. Henry said the injury happened at some point in the third quarter of the Lakers’ 117-107 loss Friday to the Washington Wizards at Staples..." March 22
Mike D'Antoni said Xavier Henry went through a full practice today, but added that the practice was not that intense.
Silver Screen And Roll "The guard-forward will have his knee drained, prolonging his absence that's kept him out since December 29th. Sigh. An examination yesterday revealed that Xavier Henry, the reclamation prospect who had impressed the Lakers in the season's first two months, will sit out an additional month..." February 17
Xavier Henry will have his injured knee aspirated today & receive a cortisone shot. He's expected to be out approximately 4 weeks.
Don't expect Farmar, Meeks or Henry back before All-Star break next weekend (two more games after today). Gasol/Kobe also out, of course.
Mike D'Antoni said Xavier Henry will "miss a couple more weeks."
Xavier Henry is considered out another 10-14 days
Xavier Henry did some running today and is shooting with teammates at the end of practice. His knee's getting evaluated again tomorrow.
The timetable for Xavier Henry (knee strain) has been "moved back a bit" from the 9th to either the 13th/14th (Mon/Tues), per LAL PR.
Atlanta's Al Horford is scheduled for surgery on torn pectoral Tuesday in Atlanta, league source tells Y! Will likely miss rest of season.
D'Antoni said that Xavier Henry has been battling a foot injury. When later asked for specifics, X shrugged it off and said he's fine