Found April 11, 2012 on Stepien Rules:
I will be doing an interactive Twitter Q+A using questions from #Cavs fans later on tonight with Cavaliers phenom Lester Hudson, so tweet @ me a good question to #AskLester and I will ask him. Try to to make the question something you don't think people will already be asking him, use a little creativity, and if it's a solid question I will ask him and use it in the Q+A that's published from there.For some background on Lester here is a post I wrote about him on Monday, and here is also another one that Scott Sargent wrote earlier today. For the questions I do use in the Q+A, I will be posting your Twitter name and question in the transcript, and linking back to your Twitter account. I'll also tweet his answers at you once it's published too. Here's an example of the format I'm talking about if you were wondering.  As a heads up, if your question is good enough there's also a chance it ends up at Cleveland.com's Sports Blog Network too, in additio...
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