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What did the coaching staff do about Gerald Henderson’s horrible initial shooting this season?
Absolutely nothing because they thought the Charlotte Bobcats shooting guard was doing nothing wrong.
“Every guy goes through one of those,” coach Steve Clifford said after Henderson scored a season-high 23 points in the Bobcats’ 92-90 victory against the Toronto Raptors. “His (slump) happened to be in the first three games. Everything he does (form-wise) makes sense to me.
“I’ve watched enough film of him, and coached enough against him, to know he was going to be all right.”
Maybe so, but Henderson’s 10-of-36 shooting was pretty gruesome those first three games. He started to get it together in New York Tuesday, scoring 18 points against the Knicks on 5-of-13 shooting. Then Wednesday he was spectacular, making six of his first seven and 10-of-17 for the game.
Henderson missed his last attempt against the Raptors, but all he really needed in that situation was to hit the rim from 26 ...
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Gerald Henderson didn't tinker with his shot after making just 31 percent from the field in his first four games this season.
"I started out the first three games horribly shooting-wise, but looking at my shots with Coach, I shot all good shots -- shots that I regularly shoot -- they just weren't falling," Henderson said.
That all changed Wednesday...
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Gerald Henderson broke out of his shooting slump with a season-high 23 points, and the surprising Charlotte Bobcats defeated the Toronto Raptors 92-90 Wednesday night.
After signing an $18 million, three-year contract in the offseason, Henderson came in shooting just 31 percent through the first four games. But he got off to a fast start this time and finished 10 of 17 from the...
Charlotte Bobcats center Al Jefferson will not play in tonight’s game at New York according to Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer, after re-aggravating his injured right ankle in their regular season opener against Houston.
#bobcats center Al Jefferson is definitely out for Tuesday’s game vs. Knicks.
— Rick Bonnell (@rick_bonnell) November 4, 2013
Jefferson was signed...
The Charlotte Bobcats will be without Al Jefferson tonight and possibly Friday night with a bone bruise in his ankle.
As reported by Edward Shuler Jr. at robertogato.com, coach Steve Clifford announced after the Charlotte Bobcats 102-97 win over the New York Knicks Tuesday night, that Al Jefferson will miss his fourth consecutive game with a bone bruise in his ankle. Rick Bonnell...
Kemba Walker scored 25 points, Gerald Henderson added 18 and the Charlotte Bobcats held off a late run by New York to beat the Knicks 102-97 on Tuesday night.
Charlotte led by 13 in the third quarter before New York cut it to two points late in the game. Henderson hit two free throws with 13 seconds left and Walker one seven seconds later to seal the victory.
Carmelo Anthony scored...
The Charlotte Bobcats’ point guard Kemba Walker took a hit from New York Knicks’ Metta World Peace in the third quarter of Tuesday’s game. Despite injuring his shoulder, Walker returned to the game after he received x-rays during halftime, and then helped the Bobcats’ record a win at Madison Square Garden.
According to the Associated Press, Walker’s MRI resulted as a negative...
During Tuesday night’s game against the New York Knicks, Bobcats’ Kemba Walker had a scary moment in the third quarter as his left arm was sandwiched between his body and Metta World Peace. Walker came up immediately favoring his arm and was pulled off the court, taken back to the team’s locker room for X-ray’s.
Though the X-ray’s came back negative, and Walker returned...
Kemba Walker just loves playing at Madison Square Garden.
Walker scored 25 points despite suffering a shoulder injury midway through the third quarter and not returning until the middle of the fourth and the Charlotte Bobcats held off a late New York rally to beat the Knicks 102-97 on Tuesday night.
"It didn't feel too good at the time. A little pop real quick, but I&...
The New York Knicks look to get back in the win column with a home matchup against Kemba Walker and the Charlotte Bobcats.
Current Records – New York Knicks (1-2) – Charlotte Bobcats (1-2)
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The Charlotte Bobcats put an end to their road plight Tuesday night in New York.
They're looking to extend someone else's Wednesday night when they host the Toronto Raptors, hoping to hand them a sixth straight loss at Time Warner Cable Arena.
The Bobcats (2-2) ended a 16-game road losing streak with a 102-97 win against the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
As previously noted on That NBA Lottery Pick, we love buzzer beaters and earlier tonight, Carmelo Anthony decided to show off his deep range for one against the Charlotte Bobcats.
With clock running down in the first quarter at Madison Square Garden, watch as Melo drains the deep three pointer over Jeff Taylor:
Carmelo Anthony image courtesy of Getty Images
THIS is how you get a jump ball!!!
The game started off very well for the Cats, as they easily jumped to a 32-18 lead by the end of the first quarter thanks to some lights-out shooting form Gerald Henderson (23pts off 10-17 FG). Nearly every shot he was putting up was going in, and he most certainly knew it. It was refreshing to see...
Bobcats on actual win streak
Bobcats 92, Raptors 90
Your eyes do not deceive you. The Bobcats are a game above .500 and on a two-game win streak. A modest, but actual win streak.
These are not your parent's Bobcats either. This is a team that is playing hard for new coach Steve Clifford and have a decent young core that are growing pretty quickly. And without Al Jefferson...