HoopsHype Earl Clark rumors


April 6, 2015 Updates

Michael Scotto: Brooklyn Nets have signed Earl Clark to a multi-year contract. The deal is non-guaranteed for next season, league sources say. Twitter @MikeAScotto

Devin Kharpertian: Clark’s deal is non-guaranteed for next year, with a partial guarantee if he makes next year’s opening day roster, source says. Twitter @uuords

Nets Daily: Earl Clark's second year option with the Nets is non guaranteed, says league source. He'll make vets minimum if he makes team. Twitter @NetsDaily

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Rod Boone: Earl Clark said he's surprised to be with #Nets. Said he was home working out when his agent called him and told him to come to Brooklyn. Twitter @rodboone

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In 13 games for Shandong, Raduljica averaged 17.6 points and 8.4 rebounds while shooting 56 percent from the field. Shandong has brought Earl Clark on a tryout deal and is widely expected to reach a parting agreement with Raduljica. RealGM

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As injuries decimate their roster, the Los Angeles Lakers are working on a one-year deal to sign forward Earl Clark, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Clark has averaged 29 points per game for the Rio Grand Valley Vipers of the NBA Development League, and the eventual finalization of a deal could bring Clark back to the Lakers in the next few days, sources said. Yahoo! Sports

November 19, 2014 Updates

While the added 3-point threat is valuable, Clark has still been very aggressive inside the arc as well. He's averaging 11.3 points in the paint this season and is getting to the line 4.7 times a night as well. Clark's ultimate goal is of course to latch on with an NBA team where he surely has the talent to contribute. He's only 26-years-old and he has 251 games on NBA experience to draw from. The 3-point threat definitely adds value for Clark for an NBA team, because the stretch four is the new trend and Clark can somewhat fit that mold. I say somewhat, because while Clark is 6'10 he's not a power forward as much as he is a lanky small forward. Ridiculous Upside

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