Hudson leads Cavaliers past Bobcats 103-90 -- The AP reports: Lester Hudson has taken Cleveland by storm. Could the rest of the NBA be next? Hudson, rescued from the NBA Development League by an injury-riddled Cleveland team last month, scored 25 points - including 14 in the fourth quarter - and the Cavaliers beat the Charlotte Bobcats 103-90 on Tuesday night. Hudson has scored 74 points in Cleveland's last three games, including a career-high 26 against New Jersey on Sunday... The Bobcats, who have lost 13 straight games, were impressed with Hudson, who had eight rebounds and six assists while hitting 9 of 18. ''He's a great player and he deserves to be in this league,'' said Gerald Henderson, who led Charlotte with 21 points. ''He's a hard worker, and I have a lot of respect for him with the way hes come in and contributed.'' Anthony Parker, who missed the two previous games with a bruised sternum, scored 19 points while Antawn Jamison added 17 for Cleveland. Rookie Kemba Walker scored 20 while D.J. Augustin, back in the starting lineup after missing three games with right knee tendinitis, added 16. The Bobcats have fallen to a league-worst 7-49.
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