HoopsHype Earl Clark rumors

February 25, 2014 Updates
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The Knicks also will have interest in proven veterans who were recently bought out, including Earl Clark, Ben Gordon and Antawn Jamison. Glen Davis has agreed to sign with the Clippers. Because of the luxury-tax penalties and the fact owner James Dolan is already paying 17 players this season, the Knicks may only sign one player. New York Post

February 21, 2014 Updates

Q (Luigi Pergamo): Are there suitors for Earl Clark? Jorge Sierra: I spoke with Kevin Bradbury, Earl Clark's agent, and he's expecting several playoff contenders to express interest, but it's very preliminary at this point since Clark has not even cleared waivers. What I can tell you is that the trade caught them a bit off guard. His name wasn't popping up in trade rumors that much and it was all a surprise. HoopsHype

The 76ers waived Earl Clark hours after acquiring the forward along with center Henry Sims and a 2014 second-round pick in a trade for Spencer Hawes on Thursday morning. The move trimmed the Sixers’ roster to 15 players, the maximum number allowed on NBA rosters. Philadelphia Inquirer

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Q: When you took Earl Clark over Jrue Holiday at 14 was that partly because you thought you had Curry and didn’t want to draft two point guards? Steve Kerr: We liked Holiday a lot. We still had Nash, we had Goran Dragic who we loved and we had a potential thought we had a potential deal involving Curry. We didn’t know what was going to happen. And so you toss all that together, we were thinking, ‘Well, we could end up with four point guards. Do we take a guy and then just let it sort out later?’ That’s probably the right thing to do, just take the best player and sort it out later. San Jose Mercury-News

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For two days, the Cavaliers put on a full-court press trying to persuade 25-year-old free-agent forward Earl Clark to come to Cleveland. Rejecting interest from the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers, Clark has agreed to a contract that will insert him into the middle of the Cavs' youth movement, a source told Sporting News. Clark gets a two-year, $9 million contract. Sporting News

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