Former College of Charleston star Andrew Goudelock told The Monitor newspaper in Texas that he'll be signing with the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday. The move has also been reported by ESPN and Yahoo Sports.
Goudelock, who has been playing with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the NBA Development League, was a 2nd round pick by the Lakers in the 2011 NBA Draft. He spent last season in Los Angeles and played in 40 games averaging just under 4.5 points per game. He was released by the team during the preseason this year.
The Cougars all-time leading scorer has been tearing up the D-League this season. He's averaged over 21 points and 5 assists per game for Sioux Falls and Rio Grande Valley and is one of the top candidates for the league's MVP award.
He's helped lead the Vipers into the playoffs but did not play in the team's game on Saturday night, instead sitting on the bench in street clothes. The Monitor reported that the team wouldn't comment on why he didn't play. Goudelock's only comment on his Twitter account Saturday said "God is good".
The Lakers are in action Sunday night against the Spurs.