Henson's wrist 'feeling better'

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The good news: North Carolina forward John Henson said Saturday his sprained left wrist "is feeling better."

The not-so-good news: No one knows yet if it's feeling better enough for the junior to play against eighth-seeded Creighton on Sunday in the NCAA Round of 32.

Tar Heels coach Roy Williams, whose team holds the No. 1 seed in the Midwest Region, said Saturday afternoon he had no update on Henson, who suffered the injury on March 9 in the ACC tournament quarterfinals. UNC was scheduled to practice after the news conference, but a team spokesman said there would be no update afterward.

"He did continue getting rehab last night but when you're sitting there eating, there's not a lot of things that you do when you're eating your meal that resembles what you're asked to do with a basketball," Williams said.

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