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Lester Hudson: From Chinese MVP to Grizzlies Bench

Just another example of When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong.

Lester Hudson, a player on the brink of greatness over in China. The Tony Allen of Xinjiang was averaging a brisk 26 points, 7.6 rebounds, and five assists. He lead his team to the Chinese Basketball League’s second best record in the league! In the NBA, a mere 4.8 points and 1.3 assists. But hey. They were holding him back on the Cavaliers and Jazz and now it’s time for the big time. Yes, it’s that time again! Time for the Grizzlies ten day contract of the month award and they’re venturing over to the east to find prospects.

Rather than make a trade for what they most need, the Grizzlies have chosen to outsource the whole shebang. If somebody is going to play a few minutes on this team, it better be somebody who won’t cost too much money.

Coincidentally, another team of excellence the New York Knicks is also interested. Let it be known that potential Knicks moves have always been of the highest caliber. If there’s somebody in this league to follow up and emulate. We’re looking at them. Lester Hudson has come to save the NBA and things will never, everrr be the same again. Are you ready? Are you ready to have someone to cheer for? For a few minutes at the end of each game that is, within reason.

If the answer is yes, which of course it is. Then you’re in luck, because if the Grizzlies get their paws on Mr. Hudson we could be looking at a revolution. Yes Lester Hudson, is not just a man, he’s a man who once averaged almost five points. That my friends, is nothing to scoff at. It means he’s available probably for a special ten day contract by your favorite team. The question is if you were Hudson would leave being the King of Xinjiang to average 2 minutes a game in the NBA? Would you keep it real?

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