Another NBA player is headed to Europe in hopes of pumping life back into his career.
According to Eurohoops.net, veteran small forward Earl Clark has agreed to a deal with Turkish club Besiktas, the team which Deron Williams played for during the last lockout.
Former NBA veteran Earl Clark will play for the first time next season in Europe. The player has a deal with Turkish club Besiktas and he will compete both in the Turkish BSL league and in the FIBA Champions League.
Clark entered the league in 2009 as a lottery pick for the Phoenix Suns. He has played for the Magic, Lakers, Cavs, Knicks, and Nets since. His combination of length and agility held much promise, but the 28-year-old never realized his potential.
A stint in Europe could could bring back his confidence.