The Toronto Raptors look different than they did in two earlier meetings with the Charlotte Bobcats, but they will probably see the best of Gerald Henderson for the first time.
Henderson looks to build on the most productive game of his career - a rare victory for the league-worst Bobcats - on Friday night in Toronto.
These clubs have split two meetings, with both coming before the Raptors (25-40) acquired Rudy Gay on Jan. 30. Henderson missed the Bobcats' 98-97 home win Nov. 21 with a foot injury and had two points in 17 minutes off the bench in a 99-78 road defeat Jan. 11.
Henderson has started the last 29 games, and he finished with a career-high 35 points on 11-of-19 shooting Tuesday in a 100-74 rout of Boston.
"I was just trying to be aggressive from the start and just attack," he said.
Charlotte (14-50) ended a 10-game slide with its most lopsided victory in three seasons.
"We've had a tough season," Henderson said. "The toughest thing has been coming here every day, pra...