Earl Clark saw extended minutes with Dwight Howard getting ejected in the first half of Sunday's game, scoring 14 points with 14 boards, two assists, one steal, one block and one 3-pointer.
He definitely got an A for effort in this game and was relentlessly going after every board even remotely close to him. Clark had six offensive rebounds, shot 6-of-10 from the field and was arguably LA's best player in 35 minutes. As indicated by his steal, block and 3-pointer in this game, Clark has very nice upside and the Lakers could really use his energy. He also has the versatility to play in any frontcourt spot and he's worth a look in standard leagues.