By Michael Knight
The Houston Rockets may have found a diamond in the rough in undrafted rookie Gary Clark. He deserves to be on the team this season and will do so with his new two-way contact.
The Houston Rockets are pretty good at identifying talents outside of the draft. They have done it once again, this time with undrafted rookie Gary Clark. He showed out for the team in the preseason and should find time with the team this season.
Clark in his last season with Cincinnati averaged a very respectable 12.9 points and 8.9 rebounds per game on 52.6% shooting (43.5% from 3). He turned into an elite shooter his senior year and that showed as he began his first NBA action.
Gary Clark proved that he deserves to have a chance to play some minutes with the Rockets in the regular season. He showed intensity on both ends of the floor and looked like a natural NBA player.
In the five games he played, Clark averaged just 7.6 points a game but did so shooting 55% (10/18) from downtown. He knocked down shots with ease and fit in very well with the offensive and defensive schemes of the...