Jordan Clarkson agrees to four-year deal with the Jazz



Jordan Clarkson JazzPhoto: Kim Klement/Pool Photo via AP

Jordan Clarkson has agreed to a new deal with the Utah Jazz and will stay with the team for another four years.

Clarkson’s contract is for four years, worth $52M.

Clarkson averaged 15.6 points off the bench for Utah last season.

Jazz were determined to re-sign Clarkson after his trade from Cleveland last season. He became an elite bench scorer for Quin Snyder: 15.6 PPG in 42 games. https://t.co/E3UNSrUzIy

— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) November 21, 2020 Previous articleLakers reportedly targeting Marc Gasol

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