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Hornets guard Henderson out 1-2 weeks with hamstring strain

Charlotte Hornets shooting guard Gerald Henderson is expected to miss one to two weeks of the preseason after a Magnetic Resonance Imaging Tuesday confirmed a right hamstring strain. Henderson missed practice Tuesday and Hornets coach Steve Clifford said Henderson "tweaked" the hamstring and was sent for an MRI. Based on Clifford's comments last week, Henderson and small forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist are competing for the last of five starting spots, with newcomer Lance Stephenson starting at either shooting guard or small forward. Henderson is the first Hornets injury of the preseason. Rookie Noah Vonleh had surgery before the preseason for a sports hernia and is still...