Clark signed a contract Tuesday with Henan of the Chinese National Basketball League, Sportando reports. The 14th overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft, Clark hasn't appeared in the league since 2014-15, when he logged 10 games with the Nets. He failed to win a spot with the club in training camp last fall, and ended up finishing the season as a member of the D-League's Delaware 87ers. Clark will look to reestablish some value in China before perhaps getting another look from NBA teams.
The Nets requested waivers on forward Earl Clark on Monday, the team announced. Clark averaged 2.7 points 2.3 rebounds in 10 games last season.
Nets forward Earl Clark met with GM Billy King, and he left the conversation unsure of whether he had a role on the team. Clark told Basketball Insiders he was unsure of his future. Clark was signed to two 10-day contracts last season, and then signed a two-year deal. However, the second year, which covers the upcoming season, was not guaranteed. Clark is scheduled to make $1.2 million this year
Despite not being able to participate in Friday morning's shootaround, the Nets are expecting guard Joe Johnson and forward Earl Clark to play in Friday's game against the Wizards, reports ESPN.com. Johnson is dealing with an illness, while Clark missed shootaround due to a personal matter. The Nets are 4 1/2-point favorites over the Wizards.
With his 10-day contract set to expire, the Nets have signed forward Earl Clark to a two-year deal with a team option for 2015-16, sources tell RealGM.com. It was reported earlier on Sunday that Clark would receive a second 10-day contract. Clark has played in five of the Nets' six games since first signing with the team on March 27, playing 20 minutes or more twice.His current 10-day deal expires before Monday's game against the Trail Blazers.
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