Found November 09, 2011 on
The Charlotte Bobcats are likely going to start 23-year old Gerald Henderson at shooting guard in 2011-12. Henderson played in 68 games (30 starts) for the Bobcats last year and he averaged 24.4 minutes, 9.6 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game. He has now played in 111 games (30 starts) in his first two years in the NBA and he is averaging 18.2 minutes, 6.9 points, 2.4 rebounds and 1.0 assist per game. 34-year old Morris Peterson will likely backup Henderson this year. He only played in 4 games (0 starts) for the Thunder last year and he averaged 5.8 minutes, 1.0 point, 0.8 rebounds and 0.3 assists per game. Peterson has now played in 711 games (487 starts) so far in his NBA career and he is averaging 27.2 minutes, 10.7 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game.
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The former NBAer now playing in China blasted the Bobcats owner on Twitter, insinuating that MJ is a "sellout" and nonsensically adding that Jordan "forgot which hole he came out of."
A few days after Tweeting that "hardline" Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan "has never been with the real," Stephon Marbury (currently playing in China) continued with the attacks on the NBA legend from half a world away via his preferred brand of social media. By the looks of the picture above, maybe it was because MJ stiffed him on a hug a decade ago...
Former Charlotte Hornet and Duke Blue Devil Mike Gminski doubts Michael Jordan's hard-line stance in the NBA's labor negotiations will have a negative effect on the Bobcats' future ability to sign free agents. Jordan, majority owner of the Bobcats, has...
Well, you knew it was coming: Players union chief Billy Hunter calling out Bobcats owner Michael Jordan, after Jordan went from union tough-guy in 1998 to hard-line owner in 2011. It's a famous story from the last lockout that Jordan...
BATON ROUGE - LSU men's basketball coach Trent Johnson, joined by his wife Jackie, took part in the first Dash Against Diabetes presented by the Tyrus Thomas Foundation and The American Diabetes Association this past Saturday in downtown Baton Rouge.
The NBA lockout isn't over, so no rookie has signed a contract. But the work doesn't stop. Here's a look-in on Bobcats lottery pick Kemba Walker, via Under Armour; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g31sw7Oji8s&feature=youtu.be