Larry Hughes

Larry Darnell Hughes ( born January 23, 1979 in St. Louis, Missouri ) is an American professional basketball player.

His breakthrough Hughes in the 2004-2005 season as he hung up 22 points, on average, was collecting 6.3 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 2.89 steals doling posted. In addition, he was elected to this season in the NBA All - Defensive First Team. After that season, he was a free agent, that is, he was in no NBA team under contract and was taken in the off-season by the Cleveland Cavaliers under contract. In his first season in Cleveland he could not prove his skills by constant injuries and played only 36 games.

In January 2008, he was traded along with Drew Gooden, Shannon Brown and Cedric Simmons for Ben Wallace and Joe Smith to the Chicago Bulls. After a short time with the Bulls and the New York Knicks Hughes was traded in February 2010 on the Sacramento Kings. On February 23, he was released by the Kings. He then spent 1 years with his family before he signed a contract with the Orlando Magic earlier in the season 2011/2012. On 2 February 2012, he was dismissed from the Magic.