Charles Salim Stoudamire is a professional basketball player from the USA and plays as a shooting guard. The cousin of Damon Stoudamire, an NBA Rookie of the Year and point guard himself, Charles was a student at the Lake Oswego High School. Graduating in 2001, he then went to the University of Arizona where, in his senior year, he led the Wildcats to the Elite 8 in the NCAA tournament.
In his senior year, Stoudamire also broke the school record for the highest single-season three-point shooting percentage in a single season (50.4%). He was also named to the Associated Press Second Team All-American. At the end of his college career, Stoudamire was picked by the Atlanta Hawks in the second round as the 31st overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft.
He played with the Hawks until 2008, unable to make any major inroads into their roster, before being traded out to the Milwaukee Bucks at the end of the season.