When someone returns from a foreign country, invariably the first question they’re asked is: “How was the food?’ We’ve all seen the strange stuff Anthony Bourdain has consumed.

The Cavaliers have three players who grew up Stateside and, even if it was for a few months, plied their trade overseas. (Anthony Parker, who was almost iconic in Israel, doesn’t count.)

Less than a month ago, Donald Sloan was with the Erie Bayhawks; Lester Hudson, with the Austin Toros. On Sunday night, Cleveland’s makeshift backcourt nearly willed the Wine and Gold to an overtime win in New Jersey.

With Kyrie Irving, the odds-on favorite for Rookie of the Year, back in Cleveland nursing an injured shoulder, the D-League duo has been a revelation to a Cavaliers club that limped into their recent roadie.

Hudson’s heroics sent the Easter Sunday affair to overtime. But his attempt in the extra-session drew back iron, giving the Nets the 122-117 win.