Jordan Clarkson posted four points (2-11 FG, 0-3 3Pt), two rebounds, and two assists in 27 minutes Tuesday against the Warriors.
Clarkson matched his lowest-scoring performance of the season, and it's hard for him to play much worse than he did Tuesday. He's failed to score in double-digits just three times this season, and it's pretty fair to say that he'll perform better than this on most nights.
The second-year pro collected his fourth consecutive double-digit scoring performance, and has notched at least one three-pointer in each of those games as well. Clarkson has made a nice jump in scoring so far this season compared to his rookie campaign, averaging 15.5 points per contest as compared to an 11.9 figure in that category last year. Although his rebounds and assists averages have taken a dip so far in 2015-16, Clarkson certainly has the ability to improve on those numbers as the season unfolds. The one obstacle he may encounter in this regard would be teammate D'Angelo Russell receiving an increasing amount of playing time at point guard, leaving Clarkson with less ball-handing opportunities at the shooting guard spot.
Jordan Clarkson scored 21 points (9-18 FG, 3-5 3Pt) with four rebounds, three steals and a block in 31 minutes during Friday's loss to the Mavericks.
He continues to run hot and cold, as Clarkson had managed just 26 points in the three games prior to Friday while shooting just 33.3 percent (12-for-36) from the floor and 28.6 percent (2-for-7) from three-point range. He's now averaging 14.3 points, 2.1 boards, 2.1 assists, 1.6 threes and 1.4 steals in seven November games.
Jordan Clarkson had a cold shooting night, posting just four points (2-7 FG, 0-2 3Pt), two rebounds, and five assists in 26 minutes of action Wednesday against the Magic.
Clarkson has been fairly streaky this season, trading strong performances with weaker ones. Although he shot just 2-for-7 from the field on Wednesday, owners can still use his five assists as a consolation prize. He should bounce back sooner than later.
Jordan Clarkson tallied a game-high 22 points (10-15 FG, 2-3 3Pt), four rebounds, a steal, and a block over 29 minutes in Friday's 132-114 loss to the Kings.
Clarkson shifted to shooting guard to make room for rookie D'Angelo Russell in the starting lineup, and was essentially the lone bright spot for the Los Angeles Lakers on a night in which they trailed practically the entire game. The 23-year-old drained his first pair of three-point buckets on the season while enjoying a superb shooting night overall. Clarkson provided a glimpse of his potential in the second half of last season, filling out the stat sheet nicely on a fairly consistent basis once he began receiving starter's minutes. Once Russell gets up to full speed in the pro game, he and Clarkson could certainly form a potent backcourt duo.
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