The Nets signed Rahway, N.J. native Earl Clark late in the season, after an injury to Thaddeus Young necessitated some added depth in the frontcourt. But the 27-year-old forward didn’t crack much time in the rotation, and it looks like his future with the Nets is unclear. From Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders:
Earl Clark says he spoke to Billy King and his future with Nets is unclear. He has non-guaranteed deal. May play summer league if Nets drop.
— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) June 5, 2015
Clark played 106 minutes over 10 regular season games and two playoff games in Brooklyn. He signed a multi-year deal following two ten-day contracts, but the upcoming season is fully non-guaranteed. Clark could conceivably play summer league with the Nets, and if they do elect to cut him, he could sign on elsewhere.