One-Two Punch Lifts Bobcats to 10th Win

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One-Two Punch Lifts Bobcats to 10th Win
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This was sort of the co-captain buddy system: What Gerald Henderson started, Kemba Walker finished. The Charlotte Bobcats wouldn’t have beaten the Orlando Magic on Friday 106-100 had shooting guard Henderson not posted up all first half for 17 points. But this came with a cost: on the first play of the game Henderson’s back locked up, and by the third quarter he was on the bench strapped to a heat pad.

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