Number 16 of the Minnesota Timberwolves, Troy Hudson ("T-Hud") has played in nine NBA campaigns, the last four with the Wolves. An outstanding guard known for his quickness, solid defense and accurate shooting, Troy previously played for the Utah Jazz, Los Angeles Clippers and Orlando Magic before moving to the Wolves. Emerging from two seasons of college basketball at Southern Illinois University, T-Hud was the all-time leading two-year scorer for SIU. Troy has been keenly interested in music since he was a child in Carbondale, Illinois. In 2004, Troy formed NuttyBoyz Entertainment Group, which has evolved into Troy E. Hudson Enterprises, with Troy at the helm as Chief Executive Officer. Featuring a full range of music labels and production capabilities, Hudson Records and NuttyBoyz Records began actively recording and publishing music in 2005 at his newly built Hudson Studios, a private set of state-of-the-art music studios located in North Minneapolis. T-Hud was on tour all summer as a open act for Young Joc.