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Gerald Henderson had a great chance to give the Charlotte Bobcats a win over the Los Angeles Lakers, but he missed a layup with less than five seconds left. Even though Charlotte blew an 18-point lead and lost 101-100 to the Lakers, at least Henderson had a moment for the highlight reel.
With less than eight minutes left in the game, Henderson received a bounce pass and then took off from outside the circle for a crazy dunk over Dwight Howard. That dunk was pretty sick. Henderson went 6-16 for 19 points in the loss.
To give you the full feel of the game, we offer you the video below that proves the Bobcats are still as inept as ever. They had about four shots to beat the Lakers on their final possession, but they blew it. Here’s the video:
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Usually when the Lakers are in a highlight on here, they’re the ones throwing down dunks or tossing around sweet alley-oops, but not tonight. Tonight that award belongs to Gerald Henderson of the Charlotte Bobcats. Yes, you read that right. In the fourth quarter of the Lakers’ 101-100 win over the Bobcats on Tuesday night, Henderson gathered a pass in the lane and took off, throwing...
The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Charlotte Bobcats 101-100 but the Bobcats had the play of the night. Off an offensive rebound the Bobcat’s Gerald Henderson decided to cut to the basket. He then received a pass from a teammate and then attacked the rim. Henderson finished with authority and dunked on Dwight Howard and got fouled. Henderson got some serious airtime on that dunk....
Gerald Henderson got quite high last night on his dunk over Lakers center Dwight Howard. Howard stands 7 feet tall and Henderson at 6-5, so it's pretty impressive to watch. Although Henderson didn't actually dunk the ball if we're being honest. Check out the video below.
He pretty much just through the ball in the basket from a couple feet away, but we...
Bobcats swingman Gerald Henderson joined in the holiday dunking season with an absurd jam over the Lakeshow’s Dwight Howard. The title of the post is a little more accurate as it wasn’t really a slam dunk, but more of a slam throw. You know you’ve done something special when the opponent’s bench jumps outta their seats.
We know one thing that Henderson won’t have on...
When you can get the other team’s bench to react to a dunk on their own player, you know that you’ve done something special.
That’s what Gerald Henderson did on Tuesday night, dunking all over Dwight Howard in the fourth quarter of Monday’s Lakers-Bobcats game. The Lakeshow did end up victorious in this one, but as far as moral victories go, this dunk certainly qualifies...
The Bobcats Gerald Henderson threw down this beastly slam on Dwight Howard Tuesday night, posterizing the Lakers big man in absurd fashion. Even Blake Griffin is impressed by that power throw down. Seriously, the dunk was so good it even made one guy on the Lakers bench jump up in celebration.
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LOS ANGELES History was made and a bit of redemption was gained forLaker failings of the past at Staples Center on Tuesday night. Kobe Bryant, 34, set an NBA record by being the oldestplayer in NBA history to score 30 or more points in seven consecutive games asthe Lakers squeaked out a 101-100 win over the Charlotte Bobcats. During the defeat, the Bobcats Gerald Henderson Jr. experiencedfirst...
Lakers' Dwight Howard is perhaps the most dominant defensive center in the NBA. This season he is averaging 2.6 blocks, and is pretty much an intimidating force in the paint for any would-be opponent daring enough to go the the rim for the basket.
But last night, Bobcats' Gerald Henderson scoffed at Howard's reputation and proceeded to annihilate Howard in the fourth...
Looking for the slam dunk of Tuesday night in the NBA? Then, we have to travel to Los Angeles as Charlotte Bobcats forward Gerald Henderson decided to put Dwight Howard on a poster.Watch as Henderson rises up over Howard in the fourth quarter of play and throws down the monster slam:
Charlotte Bobcats 6'5" swingman Gerald Henderson threw down a monster dunk over Los Angeles Lakers superstar center Dwight Howard on Tuesday night at Staples Center.
Here's video of the Duke product's spectacular posterizing dunk, which he was also fouled on:
Nasty. The Lakers would go on to win the game 101-100, but a one-point loss coupled with...
On the verge of embarrassing the Lakers on their home court, the Bobcats came up emptier than a soda calorie on their last possession. Gerald Henderson failed to put back a partially-blocked Kemba Walker miss, Byron Mullens mistakenly thought the hoop was attached to the ceiling, and then Ben Gordon missed a pretty good 3-point [...]
The Lakers now have three wins in a row beating the Charlotte bobcats 101-100. Break out the confetti – and they did Tuesday night at Staples but they do that for every home win. Pau Gasol was back in the line up and was one rebound shy of a double-double with ten points and 9 [...]