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Lakers News: Earl Clark To Receive MRI On Injured Right Foot

The Lakers can’t seem to catch a break. After losing Pau Gasol for the majority of the season, the team is now facing the prospect of losing one of their best energy guys. It was announced today that Earl Clark has been suffering from a sore right foot, and is receiving an MRI on Tuesday to determine his availability for tonight’s game against the Phoenix Suns.

Clark is still expected to play on Tuesday night as of now.

So far this season, Clark is averaging 8.1 PPG and 6.3 RPG in 29 games.

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