Signed an unguaranteed two year minimum salary contract with L.A. Lakers.
17th December, 2011
Assigned by L.A. Lakers to Los Angeles D-Fenders of the D-League.
18th December, 2011
Recalled by L.A. Lakers from Los Angeles D-Fenders of the D-League.
27th October, 2012
Waived by L.A. Lakers.
2nd November, 2012
Drafted 2nd overall in the 2012 D-League Draft by Sioux Falls Skyforce.
3rd January, 2013
As a part of a three team deal, traded by Sioux Falls Skyforce to Rio Grande Valley Vipers, along with a 2013 second round pick to Erie BayHawks, in exchange for Donald Sloan. and Mychel Thompson from Erie BayHawks.
13th February, 2013
Left Rio Grande Valley Vipers.
13th February, 2013
Signed a one season contract with Cangrejeros de Santurce.
13th April, 2013
Left Cangrejeros de Santurce.
14th April, 2013
Signed a minimum salary contract for the remainder of the season with L.A. Lakers.
26th July, 2013
Signed a one year contract with Unics Kazan.
2nd July, 2014
Signed a one year contract with Fenerbahce.
17th August, 2015
Signed a one year contract with Xinjiang Flying Tigers.
Picks 46, 47 and 48: With their second pick, the Lakers select Andrew Goudelock, a 6'2 shooting specialist guard whom ESPN's caption immediately calls a forward. It has been a few years since Jannero Pargo left the Lakers, and apparently the Lakers need him again. In analysing Goudelock, Bilas champions his ability to "keep his mouth shut," which is an odd thing to hear about a draft pick. At least it beats hearing about secondjumpability or sticktoitiveness. Or feet.
Andrew Goudelock - Goldilocks is the all-time leading scorer of the College of Charleston, the place from whence NBA veteran Anthony Johnson once hailed. In his senior season there, he averaged 23.7 points, 4.2 assists and 3.9 rebounds per game, shooting 46% from the field. Goudelock is a prodigious three point shooter - his 131 made three pointers last season ranked second in the nation, behind only Kevin Foster of Santa Clara, and ahead of both Fridette (third) and Jon Diebler (fourth). No one else got within 20 of his mark, and only 8 players hit more than 100. Gouldelock did rather enjoy the luxury of being a good player on an otherwise weak team, and certainly was given free license to score, but his ability to do so was also what made the weak team decent. The 2011 three point champion can't do much other than shoot - he's not fast, he's not a good defender, and he's little more than a basic point guard. But he can certainly shoot.
Jimmy Baron had a similar CV, but his draft class was a lot stronger.
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