Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv added some serious scoring punch with the signing of Andrew Goudelock, who has received an end-of-season award in each of his previous seasons playing basketball in Europe. Goudelock (191 meters, 27 years old) was the 2014-15 Turkish Airlines Euroleague runner-up in scoring with 17 points over 29 games for Fenerbahce Istanbul. He made 46.1% of his three-pointers en route to All-EuroLeague Second Team honors. That season, Goudelock helped Fenerbahce reach the Final Four in Madrid by sweeping Maccabi in the playoffs. The season before that was Goudelock’s first in Europe and he made an instant impact by claiming the EuroCup and VTB United League MVP trophies with Unics Kazan. He was worth 18.8 points in the EuroCup as Unics reached the EuroCup Finals and won the 2014 Russian Cup. Goudelock started last season in China with Xinjiang Flying Tigers, for whom he averaged 22.1 points in 35 games. Goudelock finished the season with Houston of the NBA. He had played parts of two seasons in the NBA for Los Angeles Lakers between 2011 and 2013 and was named the 2012-13 D-League MVP in a season split between Sioux Falls and Rio Grande. Goudelock first made a name for himself with a standout college basketball career at the College of Charlestown, where he was a three-time All-Southern Conference First Team selection.