HoopsHype Earl Clark rumors

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Free-agent forward Earl Clark met with the Cavaliers in Cleveland on Tuesday, and though no contract offers were made, the two sides are expected to meet again Wednesday, a source told Sporting News. The source labeled the interest between Clark and the Cavaliers “very mutual.” Sporting News

As Sporting News first reported late Sunday night, Lakers forward Earl Clark is in Cleveland today and will meet with the Cavaliers this afternoon. Clark is a free agent who has been on the Cavs’ radar since the end of the season. Cleveland would be an ideal situation for Clark—one source called the team’s interest, “very mutual.” Sporting News

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Here is the Lakers' plan if Dwight leaves: Keep Pau for final year of his deal. Use amnesty provision to cut Metta and save $30 million in luxury-tax payments. Re-sign Earl Clark if reasonable, sign someone else on the cheap and/or plug in Meeks or Blake to the starting lineup that will have two vacancies without Dwight and Metta but still Pau. Jordan Hill is the only other frontcourt player under contract right now. Sulia

The Lakers' plan if Dwight stays? Much different. Pau is all but a goner, most likely via amnesty provision to save more than $60 million in luxury-tax payments. The oft-traveled path of trying to trade Pau remains in play if Dwight stays -- though a scenario that brings back some talent and doesn't cause payroll risks for the future is so far unknown. Metta, not Pau, gets to stay for the final season on his Lakers' contract. Earl Clark remains a candidate to return because Pau's power-forward spot would be open (though Metta playing more PF makes sense to me). Sulia

June 26, 2013 Updates

Kevin Ding: Lakers are interested in bringing Earl Clark back, but we'll have to see how the free-agent market goes for him. Twitter @KevinDing

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