With the 46th overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, the Los Angeles Lakers selected Andrew Goudelock from the College of Charleston. During his senior year with the Cougars, Goudelock averaged 23.7 ppg and 4.2 apg.
This pick was the Lakers’ second of four in the second round, and with their previous selection the Lakers called up Darius Morris from the University of Michigan.
It is quite possible that the Lakers will not sign their second round draft picks, but Mitch Kupchak could go against his word if Goudelock shines in team workouts.
While in college, Goudelock developed the reputation of being a stud when it came to scoring the basketball. The Lakers sometimes look lethargic on the offensive end, so adding Goudelock off the bench will provide the team with a spark when needed.