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American basketball player Lester Hudson III, popularly known as Lester Hudson, plays the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) in the team Shandong Heroes.
Lester Hudson recorded the sole quadruple-double in a college game, creating NCAA history in men's basketball in the 2007-08 season. He was signed to play for the Memphis Grizzlies, after which he played for the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Washington Wizards.
Lester Hudson is acclaimed for being an excellent basketball player, he plays in the position of a point guard.
As of 2022, Lestor Hudson's net worth is estimated to be $5 million.
Lester Hudson is 6 ft 3 in (191 cm) tall.
Born on August 7, 1984. Lester Hudson is 37 years old as of July 2022.
Lester Hudson was born on the date of August 7, 1984, in Tennessee in the United States. Lester Hudson was enlisted at a public academy in Central High, located in Memphis. Lester bunked lessons, wandering around the halls, playing hooky, and hanging out with friends, and even though he attended a few classes he never paid attention to the lessons taught in class, which led to him failing the ninth-grade examinations. Lester was an extraordinarily gifted kid, his talent in several ways, begot a golden prospect for him to obliterate the memory of the lapses he bore as an adolescent. He is a very private person and does not reveal much about his family.
Since Lester Hudson is a very private person, not much is known about his private dating life.
Lester Hudson is best known for putting forth the best performance all throughout the season for the OVC, the Ohio Valley Conference, a college-level athletic conference held in the midwest and the southeast US. His performance in the 2007-08 season helped a public university called the University of Tennesee at Martin, one of the campuses belonging to the Tennessee system to make a comeback, helping the team to achieve a six-game improvement from the performance in the previous year, creating league record.
In his rookie season, Lester Hudson recorded a triple-double.
Lester Hudson III has performed successfully for famous basketball teams such as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Washington Wizards.
In 2013, Lester Hudson signed with the NBA playing with the Utah Jazz.
Lester is a favorite among the teenagers in his hometown of Memphis Lester invites youngsters to home basketball games and often visits the local schools in the area. At the 2008-2009 season opener against Maryville University, his team invited over 2,500 local school children who go to public schools. Lester's teammates from Skyhawk shook hands with all the students before they boarded back to the bus to go back to school.
Lester Hudson was designated the 2008-09 OVC Preseason Player of the Year, Preseason poll All-OVC First Team, and Athlon Sports Magazine’s 2008-2009 Preseason OVC Player of the Year, Preseason All-OVC First Team, Fantasy NCAA Second Overall Player, Fantasy NCAA Top Shooting Guard. Lindy’s Magazine acknowledged him as Preseason OVC Player of the Year and Preseason OVC First Team in the same season. Lindy’s Magazine hailed him Most Protean Player.
Lester Hudson was acknowledged by the Blue Ribbon Magazine 2008-2009 Preseason OVC Player of the Year, Preseason All-OVC First Team, and Top OVC Backcourt alongside teammate Marquis Weddle.
Lester Hudson directed the Skyhawks to their first-ever winning season as a Division I program in his first year at UT Martin. He was designated the 2007-2008 OVC Player of the Year, the first UTM player to win the accolade.
Owing to his dedication and enthusiasm towards his professional career, he was named the OVC player of the year, the first player to achieve this title from UT Martin.
Lester Hudson was picked by the Boston Celtics for the NBA Draft for the 2009-10 season, and he handled his duration between the Celtics and the Maine Red Claws. Lester was substituted with one of his Celtics teammates who was wounded During his game with the Toronto Raptors.
Lester Hudson III enjoys spending time with adolescents, he frequently makes arrangements for them to attend basketball games.
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