• Ian Clark wants, will get chance to show what he can do with Pelicans

    Pro Basketball Talk "When you buried on the depth chart behind the best backcourt in the NBA — Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson — minutes and opportunities can be hard to come by. Ian Clark will get a ring for his efforts with the Golden State Warriors last season, but what he longed for was more opportunities. And..." September 13

  • Report: Ian Clark signs one-year deal with New Orleans Pelicans

    NBA.com "After a two-year stint with the Golden State Warriors, guard Ian Clark reportedly is on his way to the New Orleans Pelicans. Shams Charania of The Vertical reported the free-agent deal, which has not been announced by New Orleans." August 02

  • Ian Clark: ‘No hard feelings’ over likely departure from Warriors

    Larry Brown Sports "Ian Clark’s time with the Golden State Warriors is almost certainly up, and he seems to be at peace with that. The guard was a valuable contributor to Golden State, but financial realities likely mean that he’ll have to find a new team, and he knows it. “It’s part of the business,” Clark..." July 11

  • Bucks, Ian Clark have mutual interest

    Clutch Points "The Milwaukee Bucks have shown a mutual interest in free agent shooting guard Ian Clark, as the organization looks to add shooting depth to its ranks, according to Gery Woelfel of the Racine Journal Times. Clark played an important role off the Golden State Warriors‘ bench last season,..." July 10

  • Warriors' Ian Clark likely to receive offers too high for Golden State to match

    CBS Sports "Keeping the Golden State Warriors' core group -- Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson -- intact is an objective Durant says he wants to make happen even if he has to take less money in doing so. As for the rest of the roster, however, Golden State might not be able to keep..." June 06

  • Ian Clark In Line For Significant Raise In Free Agency?

    Hoops Rumors "While the Warriors expect to retain their top free agents this summer, increasing team salary may cost the club some of its role players, including perhaps Ian Clark. Within a piece on Golden State’s Game 2 win, Shams Charania of The Vertical writes that NBA executives believe Clark could command..." June 05