It appears that the Los Angeles Lakers will pass on the opportunity to sign Earl Clark or Quincy Miller.
According to Marc Stein from ESPN, Clark has signed a lucrative deal with a team in China, while Quincy Miller is headed to the D-League, per Shams Charania from Real GM.
The Lakers reportedly entered contract talks with Clark at the end of November, though the 26-year-old seemingly...
With the 2014-15 NBA regular season less than a week away, teams around the league are starting to make cuts to trim their roster to the 15-player maximum.
Unfortunately former Louisville forward Earl Clark was a causality of the roster trimming process.
The Memphis Grizzlies announced on Thursday morning that they’ve released Clark along with former Marshall center...
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According to the Sporting News, former Louisville standout Earl Clark is set to workout for the San Antonio Spurs at some point this week.
Following a breakout season with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2012-13, Clark signed a free agent deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Unfortunately he wasn’t able to provide much production for the Cavs and was traded to the...
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Former Louisville star Earl Clark’s unemployment lasted less than a week. Clark was involved in a traded last Thursday from the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Philadelphia 76ers.
Unfortunately, he was waived by Philadelphia just hours after the franchise acquired him.
On Tuesday afternoon it was confirmed by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports that Clark would be signed...
A day after being packaged in a trade to Philadelphia, forward Earl Clark has been waived.
The team announced the transaction Friday.
Clark was included as part of the deal that sent Spencer Hawes to Cleveland and Henry Sims, plus two second rounders to the 76ers Thursday.
The former first-round pick Clark, 26, was averaging 5.2 points and 2.8 rebounds per game as a member of the...
The Philadelphia 76ers went into Thursday afternoon very open to any offers that were put on the table. Heading in to the day, the Sixers were perhaps the only team willing to part ways with the majority of the players on their roster.
A few days prior to the deadline, it appeared that the Sixers were far away from being able to pull off any big trades. However, negotiations...
The Earl Clark era in Philadelphia didn’t last long. It in fact lasted just a few hours.
Clark was part of a last minute trade on Thursday that sent him from the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Philadelphia 76ers. As soon as the trade was made official by the NBA, Clark was waived by his new team.
According to Philly.com, the move was made to trip the Sixers’ roster to...