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JORDAN CLARKSON RUMORS

Mizzou's Clarkson drafted in second round; Brown not selected

Jordan Clarkson and Jabari Brown both left the University of Missouri basketball program with one year of eligibility remaining to enter the NBA Draft, but neither was selected in the first round on Thursday night. Clarkson was picked by the Washington Wizards at No. 46 overall, but was reportedly headed to the Los Angeles Lakers in a trade for financial considerations. Brown, the...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Mizzou junior Jordan Clarkson tosses his hat into NBA Draft ring

To the surprise of few, Missouri junior guard Jordan Clarkson announced Monday morning that he is passing up his senior season and applying for the NBA Draft. "It wasn't an easy decision," Clarkson said in a statement released by the university. "I have so much respect for everyone here and the impact you have made on my life has been immense. However, it is a...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
March 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Jordan Clarkson chooses NBA draft

Missouri guard Jordan Clarkson is heading to the NBA, sources told ESPN.com. The 6-foot-5 Clarkson averaged 17.5 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game this past season -- his first with the Tigers. Clarkson spent his first two seasons playing for Doug Wojcik at Tulsa, and transferred after a coaching change. Most NBA executives told ESPN.com that Clarkson is considered...
Via Pro Sports Daily
March 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Brown goes cold, Clarkson steps up to push Mizzou over .500 in SEC play

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Having three big-time scorers as do the Missouri Tigers is a luxury not many teams can boast. When all three are rolling, watch out. But for the Tigers, the best part about having a trio of prolific shot-makers is the margin of error it can allow. Look at their 67-64 victory over the Vanderbilt Commodores Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena. With leading scorer Jabari...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
February 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Jordan Clarkson grows at point for Tigers

Clarkson didn’t have a tremendous night offensively. He was four of 11 from the field and missed all three second-half field-goal attempts. But Clarkson drew postgame raves for the job he did handling Arkansas’ pressure and creating for teammates. “He had a yeoman’s effort tonight,” Missouri coach Frank Haith said. “He grew as a point guard tonight. They pressured him...
Via Pro Sports Daily
January 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Mizzou's Clarkson is proving to be even better than advertised

ST. LOUIS -- They own the ninth-best rebounding difference in the nation. Their shooting percentage is second best in the SEC. They gave UCLA its first loss by holding the high-scoring Bruins to their lowest output of the season. But as efficiently as the Missouri Tigers are clicking across the board, the No. 1 reason they are 9-0 and have cracked the Top 25 has been the play of...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
December 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Tigers sputter, but finally get over the Rainbows

KANSAS CITY, Mo. --OK, so we got an early-season glimpse of what the Missouri Tigers look like without stud transfer guard Jordan Clarkson. Try sloppy and disoriented. With Clarkson sitting out all but three minutes of the first half after receiving a technical foul for taunting, the Tigers' offense coughed and sputtered, committing 10 turnovers, and trailed Hawaii 46-45 at Sprint...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
November 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Clarkson proving he can do more than just distribute the rock as Mizzou's floor general

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- After the Missouri Tigers' opening win last week, interim coach Tim Fuller said he received a text message from the father of point guard Jordan Clarkson. "He said, are you going to let Jordan score a little bit more," recalled Fuller, smiling. "I said, 'Trust me, he's going to score. Don't worry about it.'" The coach knows...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
November 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Haith adds another transfer

Courtesy: University of Missouri Athletics Department Columbia, Mo. University of Missouri Head Mens Basketball Coach Frank Haith has added another talented player to his roster, as Jordan Clarkson has signed a scholarship aid agreement to attend Mizzou. Clarkson, a 6-4, 188-pound guard out of San Antonio, Texas (Wagner High School), has spent the last two years playing at Tulsa...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
May 09, 2012  |  Discuss

UCLA and Clarkson Mutally Interested

The talented transfer from Tulsa, Jordan Clarkson, could visit UCLA officially...
Via ucla.scout.com
May 03, 2012  |  Discuss
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