College of Charleston basketball fans remember Andrew Goudelock for his 2015 game-winner over the North Carolina Tar Heels. But this season, Goudelock’s most-watched highlight might be this clever inbound pass to himself off teammate Josh Smith’s rear end.

With Smith doubled-over collecting himself after getting poked in the eye, Goudelock made the most of his precious minutes in the game by bouncing the ball off Smith’s butt and dribbling up the court to set up the offense.

Since being drafted by the LA Lakers in 2011, Goudelock played a season in the D League and played successfully overseas in Russia, Turkey, and China. A few weeks ago, ‘Mini Mamba’ got the call from the the big leagues to join the Houston Rockets in an attempt at a late-season charge.

Glad you’re back in the League, Drew. Keep making the most of those minutes. 


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