Whatever gets me on the floor. I'm a combo [guard]," Goudelock said. "I want to be at the point where if i'm asked to play point it's not an issue on whether I'm going to be able to get guys into the sets and direct everybody into where they need to go. Everybody knows I can play at 2 and can score. But I want to be the biggest threat I can be at point guard.
Therein lies the problem IMO. He's not a PG. Period. He's a scorer. If he was a PG, he would have shown it in the 4 years that he played at Charleston.
Sometimes you need to know who YOU are and not what others want you to be. Ever since Glock has been trying to be a "combo guard" starting in the summer league, he's looked gawd awful.
I'm all for him trying to expand his playmaking skills, but he can't be changing his mentality. He's a scorer first. Passer 2nd.