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Former Houston Rockets and Orland Magic forward Gary Clark is working out for the Boston Celtics, according to Sportando’s Emiliano Carchia. Clark would fill a position of need for the Celtics as a deep rotation power forward. Boston has Al Horford once again, but he is much more of a center these days. They also have Grant Williams and Juancho Hernangomez at the position as well, but neither are incredibly productive.
Clark would seem to be more of a depth option than anything at this time, as he’s never really flashed more than some decent rebounding prowess. He is a career 3.1 points and 2.9 rebounds per game player with some average shooting percentages.
Clark has been in the league for three seasons but has bounced around quite a bit and he has already played for four organizations in that time.
Gary Clark is working out for the Boston Celtics, sources tell @sportando.
Clark has played more than 130 NBA games in three seasons.
— Emiliano Carchia (@Carchia) September 20, 2021
His career kicked off with the Rockets on a two-way deal, playing 69 games for them over parts of two seasons and earning a full contract.
Clark was waived by the Rockets and played on a series of 10-day contracts with the Magic before earning a multi-year deal and eventually getting traded to the Denver Nuggets with Aaron Gordon. He played just two games for the Nuggets before getting waived once more and he signed a two-way deal with the Philadelphia 76ers.
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