Hudson's Agent Suggests A Trade For His Client
Troy Hudson has been recently singled out by the Minnesota braintrust as a player to be critical of.
Hudson's agent said he felt his client was being made a scapegoat for the team's slow start and that his playing time was being cut just as his ankle was close to being completely healed. Neff added that the team hasn't communicated with Hudson the way Saunders and McHale said they had.
"If they're going to continue to pick on him, they should trade him," Neff said. "They need him. They may not think they do, but they do. And if they don't think they need him, they should trade him."
Hudson, whose 2003-04 season was cut short because of an ankle injury that eventually required surgery, signed a six-year deal worth up to $37 million, with the first four seasons guaranteed.