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 76ers drive. The win made the Bobcats 18-57 The Sixers, still with faint playoff hopes, fell to 30-44.

Henderson finished with 24 points, and Walker added 17 points and 10 assists. Power forward Josh McRoberts had 12 points and a career-high 16 rebounds.

Henderson hit an 18-footer with 33 seconds left to push Charlotte ahead 84-83 after Philadelphia’s Damien Wilkins made one of two free throws.

The Bobcats quickly tied the score during the third quarter on baskets by Walker and Henderson, then they pushed out to a 64-61 lead entering the fourth quarter. Tyrus Thomas took a pull-up jumper late in the third for the margin.

Walker, usually a shoot-first point guard, was more a facilitator with nine assists through three quarters. He made a particularly impressive pass behind his back in transition, avoiding a blocked shot and finding Henderson for a dunk.