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  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    The Rockets have recalled Gary Clark and Isaiah Hartenstein from the G-League ahead of Monday's game versus the Mavericks.

    Both are likely headed back to the G-League shortly, as the Rockets have been rumored to be looking to add potential buy-out candidates.

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    The Rockets have assigned Gary Clark to the Rio Grande Valley Vipers.

    It looks like the Rockets may be freeing up a roster spot with the trade deadline approaching and potential candidates being bought out of their contracts. Even with the signing of Kenneth Faried, the Rockets could still use some help in the frontcourt and is also in market two-way wing player.

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    Gary Clark scored six points on 2-of-4 shooting (all threes) with two rebounds in 14 minutes off the bench on Saturday against the Lakers.

    Clark hasn't been able to do anything at all with the wide open lane he has in Houston and there is no fantasy value here.

  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    Gary Clark will draw into the starting lineup on Wednesday night, with his move to power forward pushing P.J. Tucker to center.

    It'll be an interesting look for Jarrett Allen to deal with from the Brooklyn side of things. This could be a regular look for Houston with Clint Capela out for the next month, and deep-league owners should keep an eye on Clark's game tonight.

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    Gary Clark saw the court for the first time in four games in Monday's win over the Grizzlies, going scoreless with two rebounds and a steal in 10 minutes.

    Clark didn't even take a shot and has been largely absent from the rotation since signing a full-time contract in early December. He might pop on the deep-league radar again later in the year and we'll let you know if or when that happens.

  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    The Rockets have signed Gary Clark to a three-year contract.

    Clark was a UDFA on a two-way contract but has emerged as a solid bench piece for Houston, outplaying Carmelo Anthony before the veteran stepped away from the team. It's well-deserved for Clark, who is fully guaranteed this year before getting partial guarantees over the next two seasons. There's minimal fantasy appeal here but deep-league owners can feel a little more confident rolling with Clark now that his NBA days aren't running out.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    Gary Clark played 24 minutes against the Kings on Saturday, picking up five points, two rebounds, one assist, one 3-pointer and a career-high four blocks.

    Clark has at least one defensive stat in eight of nine games this month and has played his way into the rotation. It's time to consider him a pickup in 16-team formats if he's still floating around on the wire.

  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    Gary Clark scored nine points on 3-of-7 shooting with three 3-pointers, seven rebounds, two assists and two blocks against the Warriors on Thursday.

    Clark has emerged as a major surprise for the Rockets and has essentially taken all of Carmelo Anthony's minutes. He wasn't shooting well from deep prior to this game, but his hustle and defensive efforts generally lead to steals or blocks. He's not an add in standard formats, but he's someone to keep an eye on. Clark's impact is felt more in reality than fantasy.

  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    Gary Clark (hip) will be able to play on Thursday night.

    Clark is in line for a lot of work with Carmelo Anthony officially out of the picture. He's going to be creeping his way towards the standard league radar and deserves to be watched, as he's had a few games lately where he's outplayed James Ennis for one reason or another.

    Source: Alykhan Bijani on Twitter

  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    While Gary Clark is still listed as questionable for Thursday, he says he'll be able to play through his hip injury.

    Clark left Tuesday's game after just 15 minutes but has been a nice find for the Rockets this year, acquitting himself quite well as the team struggles to find quality depth at forward. His poor 3-point shooting is really the only thing holding him back right now and if he can consistently get 20-24 mpg he's definitely worth sticking on you watch lists if not an outright pickup in 14-team formats.

    Source: Stefano Fusaro on Twitter

  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    Gary Clark (hip) is questionable for Thursday's game vs. the Warriors.

    Clark left the game on Tuesday after playing 15 minutes. The rookie has been playing very well as a 3 and D option off the bench and could maintain a sizable role for the rest of the season unless the Rockets make moves. If he sits the Rockets will be very shorthanded and the starters will be forced to play big minutes.

    Source: Mark Berman on Twitter

  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    Gary Clark (knee) went to the locker room on Tuesday but would be available to return later in the game.

    Clark has been hovering around the bottom of the top-150 and theoretically he could see a bump with Carmelo Anthony out of town, but he's still struggling with stat set issues. He's worth a hard look in your competitive 12-14 team league, even after tonight's dud (two rebounds, one assist).

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • Gary Clark - F - Houston Rockets

    Gary Clark logged more time than James Ennis on Saturday night, posting eight points, two rebounds, two threes and a steal in 24 minutes against the Spurs.

    That's two in a row for Clark to come out ahead of Ennis, and tonight there was no real foul trouble excuse. Ennis scored one point and had one steal in 19 minutes. This should only affect deep-league players but Clark is quickly making a name for himself at this level, emerging as one of Houston's better bench options at the moment. It was a night to forget for all of Houston's secondary players as Gerald Green got hurt and P.J. Tucker scored three points and corralled seven rebounds with no other stats in 39 minutes.