If you were happen to be looking for the dunk of Wednesday night in the NBA, then you might have come to the right place.
It happened in the Charlotte Bobcats-Chicago Bulls tilt and Bobcats guard Gerald Henderson decided to show off his aerial exploits.
Watch as Gerald skies in the fourth quarter of play for the jam:
Henderson image courtesy of Getty Images
This is a video of a happy Michael Jordan cheering on the Charlotte Bobcats, who are headed to the 2014 NBA Playoffs.
Game 1: April 20 -- Charlotte at Miami, 3:30 p.m., ABC
Game 2: April 23 -- Charlotte at Miami, 7 p.m., Sun Sports
Game 3: April 26 -- Miami at Charlotte, 7 p.m., Sun Sports
Game 4: April 28 -- Miami at Charlotte, 7 p.m., Sun Sports
Game 5*: April 30 -- Charlotte at Miami, TBD, Sun Sports
Game 6*: May 2 -- Miami at Charlotte, TBD, Sun Sports
Game 7*: May 4 -- Charlotte at Miami, TBD...
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Wednesday night should be madness... To get the 6th seed the Bobcats MUST win and the wizards MUST lose. Both of these game will be going on at the same time so let's talk about both as they're happening.
What do you guys see happening on Wednesday night?
In this video from the NBA, Michael Jordan and Patrick Ewing share their thoughts on Cody Zeller. Zeller and the Bobcats are headed to the playoffs, starting this weekend.
Charlotte Bobcats center Al Jefferson knew teammate Chris Douglas-Roberts was close enough to hear, so he laid it on pretty thick.
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It’s been several years in the making, but the Charlotte Bobcats are into the playoffs. There’s no debate that this has been one of worst franchises in terms of success in recent years and quite arguably in NBA history. So coming into this season, the Bobcats made a conceited effort to make the leap and […]
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Former Celtic Big Al Jefferson is in town along with his playoff bound Bobcats squad to face the C's in their penultimate home game of the season. Big Al spoke about his excitement in returning to the playoffs, his success with Charlotte, and his improvement on both ends of the floor.
After beating the Washington Wizards 94-88 Wednesday night, the Charlotte Bobcats jumped into the all-important sixth seed in the Eastern Conference playoff picture. Both the Wizards and the Bobcats stand at 40-38, but due to the fact that Charlotte won three of the four games the two teams played, the ‘Cats hold the tiebreaker.
The mood around Charlotte is at an all-time high...
It's pretty simple, If the Bobcats beat the Wizards Wednesday night then they will be in possession of the 6th seed via tiebreaker with 4 games left to play
My question is this... Considering the way that the Pacers have been crapping all over themselves for the past few weeks, Would you really prefer the 6th seed over a 7th seed and a match-up with the dysfunctional Pacers?
Al Jefferson of the Charlotte Bobcats was the NBA’s Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played from March 31 to April 6. Jefferson continued his stellar player, fresh off being named Player of the Month for March. The Bobcats had a memorable week, clinching just their second playoff berth in franchise history, while going a perfect 4-0. Jefferson led the way, averaging...
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Two years ago, the Charlotte Bobcats won seven games. Granted, it was a lockout-shortened season, but 7-59 still really stinks.
This year, the Bobcats are headed to the NBA playoffs. They assured themselves of that qualifying offer by beating the Cleveland Cavaliers in overtime over the weekend. It will be just the second postseason appearance in the franchise's nine-year history...