DUKE VS MARYLAND NCAA BASKETBALL
Maryland Terrapins guard Greivis Vasquez (21) scores two of his team high 18 points in the second half against Duke University Blue Devils guard Gerald Henderson (15) on February 11, 2007 at the Comcast Center in College Park, Md. Maryland defeated Duke 72-60. (UPI Photo/Mark Goldman)
Gerald Henderson registered 27 points and Kemba Walker added a double-double for Charlotte Monday, helping the Bobcats cool off New York 106-95.
Gerald Henderson scored four of Charlotte's six points during a game-closing run Wednesday that boosted the Bobcats over Philadelphia 88-83.
Jrue Holiday caught fire down the stretch Saturday, netting 11 fourth-quarter points to carry the Philadelphia 76ers over Charlotte 100-92.
J.R. Smith reached the 30-point mark for the third straight game Friday, producing a season-best 37 in sending New York past Charlotte 111-102.
Kemba Walker and Gerald Henderson each fired in 34 points Wednesday and the Charlotte Bobcats handed reeling Orlando an eighth straight loss, 114-108.
LeBron James supplied 32 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds Sunday, hoisting the Miami Heat to their 26th consecutive win, 109-77 over Charlotte.
Byron Mullens made four free throws in the final 11 seconds Wednesday to create a rare Charlotte winning streak in the Bobcats' 107-101 win over Toronto.
Gerald Henderson netted 27 points Monday, leading a parade of seven Bobcats reaching double figures in Charlotte's 119-114 decision over Washington.
Jason Terry led a parade of five Celtics scoring in double figures Saturday who fueled Boston's 105-88 victory over Charlotte.
Rudy Gay's 26 points contributed to Toronto's domination of the fourth period Friday and the Raptors pulled away from Charlotte for a 92-78 victory.