BIOGRAPHY: Henderson leaves Durham with a season of college eligibility remaining but with a promising professional career in front of
him. In his final game, the athletic guard had one of the worst shooting performances of his career - a 1-for-14 effort for
seven points in the Blue Devils' regional semifinal loss to Villanova in the NCAA tournament - but Henderson posted career
numbers as a junior. He led Duke with 16.5 points per game, despite averaging just 10.3 on 42.2 percent shooting during the
first eight games of 2008-09. Henderson never reached the regional finals and his numbers weren't jaw dropping during his
college career, but his ability to create his own shot, whether in a half-court set or finishing on the break, are unquestioned.
Henderson, the son of former NBA guard Gerald Henderson, is a strong defender and he's not afraid of crashing the boards -
he was second on the team as a junior with 4.9 rebounds per game. Henderson needs to improve from 3-point range, where he
hit 32.9 percent during his career. After shooting 62.7 percent from the foul line during his freshman season, Henderson made
a career-best 76.1 percent as a junior.