Drew Goudelock will return to China in order to play for the Shandong Golden Stars, the player’s agency announced.
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Andrew Goudelock: Proud to be a new member of @MaccabitlvBC! Looking forward to the new journey
Andrew Goudelock is signing with Maccabi Tel Aviv, as reported by Walla.
David ‘Dubi’ Pick: Galatasaray extended an offer to free-agent guard Andrew Goudelock, I’m told. He’s a scoring machine in Europe.
David ‘Dubi’ Pick: Source: Houston Rockets did not pick up team option on Andrew Goudelock.
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets have told rep for Andrew Goudelock they will not keep him on roster past Aug 1 when contract would have been guaranteed, per source. Rockets normally don’t make those kinds of decisions until the deadline, but let rep know early so he can line up next opportunity.
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets received Andrew Goudelock’s FIBA Letter of Clearance, clearing the way to sign him almost a week after deal, source said.
Waqar H: Will he be in uniform tonight? – Jonathan Feigen: Physical is scheduled for tomorrow. Then need the FIBA letter of clearance. Will be soon. Tigers’ season is over.
David ‘Dubi’ Pick: Source: Rockets, Andrew Goudelock deal is guaranteed for the season. Year II for minimum, effective August 1.
David ‘Dubi’ Pick: Andrew Goudelock headed to Houston for physical. He should be fine – shot 41.6% deep in China.
Jonathan Feigen: Rockets reach agreement to sign guard Andrew Goudelock out of the CBA, source said. Goudelock, a former D-League star, had a pair of stints with the Lakers, averaging 4.3 points. Goudelock averaged 12 points in three playoff games with the Lakers in 2013, playing with Rockets center Dwight Howard.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Houston is signing guard Andrew Goudelock, league sources tell @The Vertical. He played season in China.
Mark Berman: NBA sources confirm #Rockets reach deal w/guard Andrew Goudelock who’s been playing in China. Played for Lakers 2011-12 & 1 game in 2012-13.
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Tim MacMahon: Source: James Harden’s status will be a game-time decision after he did not participate in the Rockets’ morning walkthrough. He’s officially listed as questionable against the Warriors due to a cervical strain.
Michael Lee: Jusuf Nurkic on trash talk from Ben Simmons: “I’m a better shooter than him, I guess. The way he’s able to shoot – or not able to shoot – is ridiculous.” Evan Turner, seated a few feet away, asked who Nurk was talking about. “The best shooter on the floor. Your boy Ben Simmons.”
Paul Garcia: For Sunday’s Spurs-Knicks game, LaMarcus Aldridge and Derrick White are both listed as PROBABLE again
Cuban offered advice to the next Williamson-caliber player who comes along, especially if it happens before the minimum draft age is lowered to 18. “The next kid in a similar circumstance, go to the G-League, or Europe,” he said. “If you want the international adventure and the exposure to a different type of basketball and different skill sets, go to Europe. If that’s not your thing and you’re not in-tuned to it for whatever reason, and you’ve got a big social media following like Zion Williamson? Go G-League.”
Cuban over the years has expressed concern about the life skills that even some one-and-done players have lacked when coming into the NBA after barely attending college before turning professional. “Got here, didn’t know how to write a check, didn’t know how to sign a lease,” Cuban said Friday. “Just needed somebody basically to hold their hand and it made things difficult for them. It’s hard to focus on your profession when you don’t even know how to focus on the everyday skills that are required for life.”