Clark posted 17 points (8-13 FG, 1-4 3Pt), four assists and three rebounds over 28 minutes in Saturday's 123-101 win over the Pelicans.
Clark saw extended run as expected with Stephen Curry (knee) out Saturday, and he parlayed the opportunity into his best scoring total since March 21. The fourth-year guard has proven aptly capable of generating this type of production when given sufficient minutes, but his playing time will likely fall back into the teens in the postseason except in cases of a blowout.
Clark scored 18 points (8-16 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT) to go along with four rebounds and one steal across 29 minutes off the bench in Tuesday's 112-87 win over the Mavericks.
Clark received additional playing time as his team built a comfortable lead in the third quarter and responded with one of his best scoring outputs of the season, despite struggling from beyond the arc. The 26-year-old opened some eyes with a recent 36-point outburst, and while he likely won't break into a larger role given the team's depth on the wings, he is proving himself capable of producing when the opportunity presents itself.
Clark compiled 12 points (5-8 FG, 2-3 3Pt), two rebounds, two assists and one steal over 20 minutes in Thursday's 122-92 win over the Magic.
As is typically the case, Clark got a bit of extra run in a lopsided game and parlayed it into solid production. The 26-year-old's improvement this season has been one of the more underreported aspects of another successful Warriors season, and he's now posted double-digit scoring efforts in four of the last five games in which he's received more than 10 minutes on the court. The extent of his opportunities remain difficult to predict night-to-night, but coach Steve Kerr appears intent of holding true to his recent statement of trying to furnish Clark with more playing time whenever possible.
According to coach Steve Kerr, Clark has earned a bump in minutes, Monte Poole of CSN Bay Area reports.
Clark is coming off a career best performance of 36 points and five rebounds across 34 minutes against the Spurs on Saturday. That huge bump in minutes was more a result of Andre Iguodala getting the night off for rest, rather than strong play from Clark, but it still appears to have made a lasting impression on coach Steve Kerr. Clark can expect to see a few extra minutes here and there moving forward, but the fact that the backcourt is crowded with the likes of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston really limits how much of a boost Clark's playing time will actually receive.
Clark tallied 36 points (15-21 FG, 3-3 3Pt, 3-6 FT), five rebounds and one steal over 34 minutes in Saturday's 107-85 loss to the Spurs.
On a night when the Warriors were sporting a preseason-type lineup with three starters and Andre Iguodala sitting for rest, Clark parlayed his extra run into a career-high point total. The four-year veteran came off the bench but played a starter's allotment of minutes and was locked in from all over the court, supplying his third game with better than 70 percent shooting in the last four. Clark also had a pair of 10-point efforts in the three games prior, and as Saturday's game demonstrated, he's capable of lighting up the scoreboard with extended minutes. However, given the Warriors' starting backcourt, the reality is that he's typically destined for minutes in the teens on the majority of nights, with a bit of an uptick during blowouts.
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