2009 Big East Men's Basketball Championship in New York
Connecticut Huskies Kemba Walker needs to be helped off of the floor after a game winning shot was missed in the fifth overtime against the Syracuse Orange in the Big East Basketball Championship at Madison Square Garden in New York City on March 12, 2009. Syracuse defeated Connecticut 127-117 in a Big East record six overtimes. (UPI Photo/John Angelillo)
Kemba Walker's 24 points Wednesday lifted Charlotte out of the NBA cellar and brought the Bobcats a 105-98 win over Cleveland.
Gerald Henderson registered 27 points and Kemba Walker added a double-double for Charlotte Monday, helping the Bobcats cool off New York 106-95.
Josh McRoberts' 18 points, nine rebounds and nine assists Saturday propelled the Charlotte Bobcats past Milwaukee 95-85.
Jonas Jerebko brought Detroit back from a sluggish start Friday, sending the Pistons to a 113-93 victory over Charlotte.
Mike Conley scored 20 points for Memphis Tuesday in a 94-75 win over Charlotte that extended the Grizzlies' home winning streak to 13 games.
Gerald Henderson scored four of Charlotte's six points during a game-closing run Wednesday that boosted the Bobcats over Philadelphia 88-83.
Larry Sanders scored a career-best 24 points and Monta Ellis provided an all-around game Monday in the Milwaukee Bucks' 131-102 dismantling of Charlotte.
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.
Charlie Villanueva put Detroit ahead with a layup in the closing seconds Saturday and the Pistons held on for a 92-91 decision over Charlotte.