The Lakers re-signed guard Andrew Goudelock on Sunday. The 24-year-old, 6-foot-2 combo guard was originally drafted by the Lakers in 2011 with the 46th overall pick.
Goudelock was in the team's locker room before the Lakers' game against the San Antonio Spurs.
"I got here early, around three," said Goudelock. "We went over some basic things but they said most of it is just playing. If you don't shoot, [Coach Mike D'Antoni] gets mad -- that's right up my alley."
The Lakers cut Goudelock before the season. He has since started 51 games for Sioux Falls and Rio Grande Valley in the NBA Development League, where he averaged 21.1 points and 5.2 assists a game.
"The D-League is definitely tough. From the pay, to the travel, to dealing with different guys, different personalities, different coaches," said Goudelock. "You think that you deserve to be called up. You think you deserve to be in the NBA but it doesn't happen. You just have to wait. You just have to wait and wait and wait. It's devastating.