The mass exodus from Los Angeles seemingly continues. After the team waived Chris Duhon a week ago, and with the pending uncertainty regarding Dwight Howard, now the Lakers have lost the third asset they received when they traded for Howard a year ago.
Earl Clark, according to multiple reports, has agreed to sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Source tells Sporting News that Lakers F Earl Clark has signed a 2 yr deal w the Cavaliers for $9 million
— Sean Deveney (@SeanDeveney) July 4, 2013
In reality, this is a fairly expected move for Clark. He exceeded expectations with the Lakers last season, and was likely to get a better offer to play elsewhere than he would have to remain with the Lakers.
Clark averaged 7.3 points and 5.5 rebounds in just over 23 minutes per game in his only season with the Lakers.
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