Lester Hudson hasnt always been as aggressive an NBA player as he was this past weekend.
In fact, there was a time when the newest Cavaliers guard kind of felt like he should just stay out of the way.
I was way too timid, Hudson told FOX Sports Ohio of his previous NBA stint, which lasted a combined 36 games in Boston, Memphis and Washington.
He also bounced around the NBA D-League, which is where the Cavs discovered him a couple weeks ago. But he spent most of this season playing in China.
When I was in China, I told myself if I ever got another shot (at the NBA), I wasnt going to be timid, Hudson said. I was just going to be me.
Hudsons 10-day contract with the Cavs expired Sunday night. Considering he scored 23 points in Fridays win at Toronto, and 26 in Sundays overtime loss in New Jersey, its a safe bet Hudson will finish the season with Cleveland.
And that came straight from the mouth of Cavs coach Byron Scott after Sundays game. Hudson buried six 3-pointers -- including...