As Tom Reed of the Cleveland Plain Dealer speculated as a possibility earlier today, the Cavaliers have decided not to renew Lester Hudson's contract for the rest of the season (Twitter link). It appears the combo guard could be headed to another team, although it's not certain where at this time. One of this season's more successful 10-day contract signings, it's believed that Hudson and his representatives felt as though he was deserving of a guaranteed contract beyond the rest of this season, and, clearly, the Cavaliers felt differently.
The 27-year-old Hudson is averaging 12.7 PPG on 39.1% shooting since joining the team with his first of two 10-day contracts on March 30. The Cavs are 3-10 since he came aboard to help shore up a backcourt that has seen rookie of the year favorite Kyrie Irving go down with a shoulder injury, and his former backup, Ramon Sessions, off playing for the Lakers.