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Houston Rockets Sign Andrew Goudelock

By J.A. Medders

The Houston Rockets have signed former NBA player Andrew Goudelock.

Andrew Goudelock lands in Houston from the Chinese Basketball Association where he was averaging 22.1 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.2 assists in 35 games. The Rockets aren’t strangers to looking for talent in the global leagues. Beverley was playing in Russia before wearing the Rockets’ red.

Goudelock will sign a two-year deal, the second at a team option, source said. This season fully guaranteed.

— Jonathan Feigen (@Jonathan_Feigen) March 2, 2016

Goudelock is a stellar shooter from beyond the arc, something the Houston Rockets love and need. During his stint with the Los Angeles Lakers, Kobe Byrant named him, “Mini Mamba.” The addition of Goudelock should provided a nice dash of instant and consistent offense and sharpshooting, the kind Thornton was suppose to bring. Welcome to Red Nation, Goudelock. Now, bring us some good luck.

If you don’t know Mini Mamba, here is a highlight video to get you acquainted.

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