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John Hudson (basketball) Wikipedia
John Henry Hudson (born 6 June 1966) is a retired American professional basketball player. He was a 2.05m (6'8¾") tall power forward.
Born in Anderson, South Carolina, Hudson played college basketball at San Jacinto Junior College and the University of South Carolina.
Hudson played with Panionios, Pagrati, Bnei Herzliya, Peiraikos, Olympique Antibes, Sporting, and Eltizur Ashkelon. In 1991, he won the Greek Cup title, while playing with Panionios, and in 1995, he won the Israeli Cup, while playing with Bnei Herzliya. He was also a Greek Cup semifinalist in 1993, while playing with Pagrati, and an Israeli Cup finalist in 1996, while playing with Bnei Herzliya.
Hudson won the first Greek All-Star Game Slum Dunk Contest in 1992, and he broke the basketball backboard during the contest.