Gerald Henderson voted 6th Dirtiest in NBA by Players; World Peace Third

March 23, 2012; Charlotte, NC, USA; Charlotte Bobcats guard Gerald Henderson (15) drives past Milwaukee Bucks guard Monta Ellis (11) during the game at Time Warner Cable Arena. Bucks win 112-92. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-US PRESSWIRE

Sports Illustrated asked 146 players to vote for the dirtiest player in the NBA, and Gerald Henderson came up 6th on that list.

I’m not sure how Hendo ended up that high, but players weren’t allowed to vote for their teammates, so I guess the guys on the Celtics and Lakers had to pick someone other than Kevin Garnett (second) and Metta World Peace (third).

Then again we all remember this.

Eduardo Najera finished 10th on the list and the Bobcats were one of three teams to have more two players in the top 15 of that list.

For what it’s worth, seven of the teams represented in the top 15 are either in the playoffs or still realistically have a chance to get in.

I doubt this is the kind of top 15 list Charlotte wants to be a part of, but hey, it’s takes everyone’s attention off everything they’re in the bottom 15 of.

Topics: Bobcats, Gerald Henderson, Kevin Garnett, Metta World Peace, Ron Artest

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