Gerald Henderson

Charlotte Hornets #9 - Guard

  • Born: 12/09/87
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 215
  • Seasons: 5
FG 3PT FT Rebounds Misc
Year Team G Mi M A Pct M A Pct M A Pct Off Def Tot Ast TO Stl Blk PF PPG
2013-14 Bobcats 77 2460 403 930 .433 40 115 .348 235 309 .761 31 279 310 199 113 51 32 159 14.0

Gerald Henderson was a great golfer

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Last week, Gerald Henderson was on FAN 610 and spoke about his upcoming charity golf tournament, and where he sees the Hornets this year.

Report: Hornets offered Henderson for Afflalo

Before agreeing to deal the veteran swingman to Denver on Thursday, the Magic reportedly received an offer from Charlotte.

Henderson has wrist surgery to remove scar tissue

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The Hornets announced Gerald Henderson underwent successful surgery on his right wrist to remove scar tissue.

Season Review: Gerald Henderson

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Gerald Henderson's fourth NBA season may have been his most successful yet. Derek explores why this may be and how he can improve further.

Game Preview: Bobcats vs Heat Playoffs Game 2

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After a loss to the Heat in game one, the Bobcats are looking to even the series in game two. As of Tuesday night, head coach Steve Clifford is uncertain of Al Jefferson's availability after...

Jefferson still in boot, Bobcats' hopes on edge

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The Bobcats' hope rest on their big man's foot and plantar fascia.

Bobcats overcome slow start to beat Sixers 111-105

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The Bobcats recovered from a sluggish start to pull off the victory in the end.

Bobcats take on surging Cavaliers

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Tonight is another big game for the Bobcats as they take on a Cleveland team that is making a playoff push.

Bobcats lose tough one to Magic 110-105

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The Bobcats offense faltered in the end and the Magic took advantage.

Watch: Arron Afflalo forces OT

The veteran swingman nailed this clutch three-pointer with seven seconds to play in regulation.

Gerald Henderson expected to miss rest of week

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The Bobcats will be without starting shooting guard Gerald Henderson for the rest of the week.

Greatest of All-Time: 1987 Seattle Supersonics

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Xavier McDaniel, Dale Ellis, and Tom Chambers led the team to a deep run in the playoffs that no one expected. Edited by Tiffany Villigan

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