Charlotte Observer "For the Charlotte Bobcats, the games end Wednesday night. But the real work is just beginning. With a 20-61 record entering the season finale against the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Bobcats might end up with the NBA’s worst record for a second straight season. Charlotte will have a high draft..." April 17
Charlotte Observer "Gerald Henderson stripped the ball from Philadelphia 76ers forward Evan Turner, setting up a breakaway layup with 26 seconds left, and helping the Charlotte Bobcats an 88-83 victory Wednesday. Kemba Walker finished the job with two free throws with 21 seconds left after Jrue Holiday missed on a..." April 04
Restricted FA-to-be Gerald Henderson said he'd "absolutely" prefer to stay a Bobcat, all else being equal.
Charlotte Observer "This is how Gerald Henderson describes what he hears from coach Mike Dunlap these days: “He wants me to shoot it every time. He wants me to think, ‘SCORE’ every time.” It doesn’t always work out that way. Henderson is a reluctant ball hog. But Tuesday he was on a preposterous roll that led..." March 13
Charlotte's struggling to find a team willing to take Gerald Henderson for a first-round draft pick, sources tell Y! Sports. He could stay.
Rufus On Fire "Coming on the heels of Henderson's best game of the season, we have news that the Bobcats are looking to find a first round pick in exchange for Bobcats' starting shooting guard. The Bobcats could have three first round draft picks this year, but they may not be done shifting current assets to..." February 20
Other players who are on trade market, sources say: Brooklyn's Humphries, Philly's E Turner, Charlotte's Ben Gordon & Gerald Henderson.....
Rufus On Fire "Per Charlotte Bobcats PR, Gerald Henderson will miss between 2-4 weeks after spraining his left foot against the Mavericks last week. The injury will likely thrust Ben Gordon into the starting five, though I wouldn't rule out some experimentation on Dunlap's part. Such a move would add more..." November 06
Charlotte Observer "Problem: How do the Charlotte Bobcats get their best two scoring options on the floor together if they play the same position? Solution: Perhaps they don't always have to play the same position. Gerald Henderson finished last season as the Bobcats' leading scorer at 15.1 points per game...." October 09
Charlotte Observer "The most fixable aspect of the Charlotte Bobcats' 12-game losing streak is the injury situation. It sounded Wednesday like three key players are on the mend. Gerald Henderson, D.J. Augustin and Corey Maggette – the team's top three scorers this season – have all missed considerable..." February 09