Former Magic Forward Gary Clark and the Sixers Have Agreed on a Two Way Contract
With just four more regular season games, the Sixers have made one final move to their roster. The team has agreed to a two way contract with SF/PF Gary Clark. He has played 37 games this season with the Nuggets and the Magic, including 18 MPG in the 35 games he’s played with Orlando. Although Clark will most likely see no minutes with the team, having endless options at forward can never hurt, no matter the skillset.
Gary Clark doesn’t have the flashiest stats in the world, but Daryl Morey saw value. Clark averages 3.3 PPG, 2.6 RPG, and 0.5 APG, on 35% from the field, 31% from three, and 89% from the stripe. The newest Sixers signee has played three seasons in the NBA, going undrafted in the 2018 draft, to eventually play with the Rockets and the Magic. Don’t expect to see Clark this year with the team, as the final playoff roster already seems locked up.
With a Bucks loss last night, the magic number now sits at 1. The Sixers matchup tonight against the Indiana Pacers to officially clinch the one seed in the Eastern Conference. Matisse Thybulle and Furkan Korkmaz are both out tonight, and Joel Embiid is listed as questionable with an illness.
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