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The Bobcats announced starting guard Gerald Henderson could miss approximately 2-4 weeks with a sprained left foot.
Henderson, Charlotte's leading scorer last season, injured the foot during Saturday night's loss to the Dallas Mavericks. The team initially didn't think the injury was going to be a problem, but further medical tests revealed Henderson sprained the mid-foot area and will miss more time than expected.
Through two games Henderson is averaging 12.5 points, 3 steals, 2.5 assists and 2 rebounds in 28 minutes. He had 18 points in Charlotte's season-opening win against Indiana last Friday night.
Either Ramon Sessions or Ben Gordon will take Henderson's spot in the starting lineup when the Bobcats (1-1) host the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday night.
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Bobcats announced starting guard Gerald Henderson could miss approximately 2-4 weeks with a sprained left foot.
Henderson, Charlotte's leading scorer last season, injured the foot during Saturday night's loss to the Dallas Mavericks. The team initially didn't think the injury was going to be a problem, but further medical tests revealed Henderson...
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The musician tweeted Sunday that he would like his band, Ben Folds Five, to be the house band for a Charlotte Bobcats home game.
Charlotte Bobcats guard Gerald Henderson could miss 2-4 weeks after further tests on his left foot confirmed a mid-foot sprain, the team announced. Henderson suffered the injury Nov. 3 at the Dallas Mavericks. He has averaged 12.5 points in 28.0 minutes over the first two games.
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For those of you who are not into alternative rock, Ben Folds Five is a band consisting of three members that was formed nearly 20 years ago. Apparently the musicians are also from North Carolina, which I guess in some way gives them a connection to the Charlotte Bobcats. That’s what Ben Folds himself is trying to sell, at least.
On Sunday night, Folds took to Twitter to try to...
Thanks to the wide world of the Twitter universe, stories like this one wouldn't come into existence under normal terms.Musician Ben Folds of "Ben Folds Five" decided to let it be known to his fans that his band would love to work with the Charlotte Bobcats for one day as the house band:The Charlotte Bobcats better make this happen and Ben Folds Five must play "...
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An injury to Gerald Henderson will almost certainly add to the Bobcats' anticipated hardships.
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It's been awhile since we've done a Charlotte Bobcats-related post but this defensive effort against the Phoenix Suns is note worthy.Watch as Tyrus Thomas and Bismack Biyombo combine to block a couple of shots from Suns forward Markieff Morris:
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It’s important not to get too down about Charlotte’s crushing defeat by the hands of the Dallas Mavericks, nor too excited about a narrow win over the Indiana Pacers to start the year. By all accounts, this is still a young team that is going to have to play smart on offense and hard on [...]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Charlotte Bobcats gave up on guard Shannon Brown when they traded him in 2009, and Wednesday night they paid dearly for it. Brown exploded for six 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, including two that served as daggers in the final 3:09, as the Phoenix Suns squandered a 15-point second-half lead but regrouped down the stretch to beat the Bobcats 117-110. ...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Shannon Brown scored 24 points and put on a dazzling shooting exhibition in the fourth quarter with five 3-pointers as the Phoenix Suns beat the Charlotte Bobcats 117-110 on Wednesday night. Brown, a former Bobcat, came to the rescue after the Suns squandered a 15-point second-half edge and had to pull back away in the final 10 minutes. He was 6 of 8 from 3...