This is what I like to hear.
Although there’s still around two weeks to go until the start of training camp, Lakers players have been present at the practice facility for a while now.
Yesterday, the Lakers’ official Twitter account posted a couple of photos of Robert Sacre and Jordan Clarkson putting in work in the weight room:
Monday morning #LakersWork with @JClark5on pic...
Fans of the Los Angeles Lakers should be excited about this kid.
Shortly after officially signing his two-year contract with the purple and gold earlier this week, rookie Jordan Clarkson took to the Lakers’ practice court in El Segundo in order to work on his game.
It was only a matter of time before the Lakers signed Clarkson, 22, seeing as they paid $1.8 million to acquire him...
The Los Angeles Lakers have finally signed Jordan Clarkson.
Clarkson, who was selected on behalf of the Lakers by the Washington Wizards with the 46th pick on draft night, has signed a two-year deal with the purple and gold, according to Basketball Insiders. The first year guaranteed for $507,336, while the second year is for $845,059 and is non-guaranteed. The team will...
The Los Angeles Lakers have signed Jordan Clarkson, the 46th pick in the 2014 NBA Draft, whose rights were acquired from the Washington Wizards on draft night.
In the 2014 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, Clarkson led the Lakers’ entry in scoring, (15.8 points per game) and rebounding (5.0) while shooting 42.1% (8-19) from beyond-the-arc in five games (all starts).
Jordan Clarkson continues to make a name for himself – and the 22-year-old hasn’t even played in an NBA game yet.
Just weeks after putting up impressive numbers at the Las Vegas Summer League, Clarkson is filling it up in Canada at the OVO Bounce tournament.
Tonight, Clarkson scored 35 points, according to the game’s box score, and despite playing alongside...