Found July 24, 2013 on RealGM:
Ian Clark has agreed to a two-year deal with the Utah Jazz. The Jazz will hold a team option for the second season of Clark's contract. Clark had an excellent showing in the Summer League with the Miami Heat and Golden State Warriors. The Warriors and Portland Trail Blazers also expressed interest in signing Clark.
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