(WNFL) - The Milwaukee Bucks did not lose their shot-blocking ability when Larry Sanders broke his right thumb in a nightclub brawl in early November. Replacement John Henson is starting to come into his own as a key shot rejecter. Henson, a second-year pro, averages two-point-one blocks per game. That’s the fourth-highest in the league. Anthony Davis is the leader with three-point-six blocks a night. Henson had six blocks on Tuesday night in a Milwaukee victory at Chicago, and coach Larry Drew said Henson was in a position to block one-or-two more shots. Drew said he wants Henson to be relentless around the basket every time down the floor, and not relax on any possessions. Drew said shot-blocking is a matter of timing, and Henson’s got it down. Last season, Sanders had 10 blocks in Minnesota as part of a triple-double – and observers say Henson has the chance to do the same.