Former College of Charleston standout Andrew Goudelock has been named Most Valuable Player in Eurocup Basketball, a professional league in Europe.
Goudelock averaged 19.1 points per game in leading his team, Unics Kazan, to the Eurocup finals. He averaged more than two 3-point shots per game and shot 90.5 percent from the foul line, and in six playoff games averaged 22 points.
Unics Kazan, located in Kazan, Russia, compiled a 20-2 record during the 2013-14 season. Goudelock played alongside teammate Chuck Eidson, a former Pinewood Prep and South Carolina standout who himself was the Eurocup MVP in 2009.
The list of former Eurocup MVPs also includes former College of Charleston guard Dontaye Draper, who won the award in 2011 playing for Cedevita Zagreb.
Goudelock, 25, has now won three MVP trophies during his brief pro career. He was the NBA Development League's MVP last season, and earlier this season was named MVP of the VTB United League, the first tier of Russian pro basketball.
Goudelock, a 6-3 guard, is the all-time leading scorer at College of Charleston and was the Southern Conference player of the year in 2011. He played for the NBA's Los Angeles Lakers in parts of two seasons.
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