The Charlotte Bobcats extended a qualifying offer to Gerald Henderson and it seems that the team is willing to match offers from other teams in order to keep Henderson around. According to Yahoo, both Henderson and Josh McRoberts are in the team’s future plans.
The Charlotte Bobcats are motivated to re-sign guard Gerald Henderson and forward Josh McRoberts, league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
After drafting forward Cody Zeller of Indiana with the fourth overall pick, Charlotte failed to offer Byron Mullens a qualifying offer, letting him become an unrestricted free agent. Several teams still believe the 24-year-old, 7-foot Mullens has a chance to develop into a solid NBA role player.
Henderson had the best season of his career last year. Despite playing less minutes than the previous season, he averaged more points and became a more consistent threat from beyond the arc.
Ever since McRoberts got traded to the Bobcats, he played some of the best basketball of his career and saw major minutes. In his 26 games with the Bobcats last season, McRoberts averaged 9.3 points and 7.2 rebounds per game.