Jordan Clarkson

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  • Jordan Clarkson
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Jordan Clarkson was unable to replicate his scrimmage numbers, scoring 11 points on 4-of-17 shooting while adding just three rebounds, one assist and one steal in 24 minutes on Saturday.

    Clarkson finds himself in a favorable position on a Jazz team that needs scoring. Despite coming off the bench, Clarkson led the team in shot attempts with 17. This certainly bodes well for his outlook during the resumption period and despite a couple of obvious fantasy flaws, he should be rostered across all formats.

  • Jordan Clarkson
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Jordan Clarkson led the Jazz with 23 points on Thursday and added five rebounds, three assists and two steals.

    Clarkson actually didn't put up a typical empty scoring line in this one. In 32 minutes, Clarkson contributed across the board and will be the main spark plug off the bench for the Jazz as they try to find more scorers to help Donovan Mitchell and Mike Conley out. Clarkson should be a high-volume scorer and a useful daily play.

  • Jordan Clarkson
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Jordan Clarkson delivered 17 points, four rebounds, two assists, two steals and four 3-pointers in Saturday's scrimmage against the Heat.

    Clarkson was a top-150 player this season and is looking like one of the main beneficiaries of Bojan Bogdanovic's season-ending wrist surgery. The Jazz will need a committee to replace his scoring output, and if there's one thing Clarkson can do it's get buckets. We wouldn't expect him to be a reliable source of assists or steals, but the points and threes (considering Clarkson hit a career-high 2.1 per game this year) look legit. He probably won't repeat tonight's feat of taking all of his field goals from behind the 3-point line (4-for-9), but Clarkson is going to be needed as a floor-spacer. He'll make for a solid late-round pick in your resumption leagues.

  • Jordan Clarkson
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Jordan Clarkson managed top-150 value in both 8-category and 9-category leagues during a season that saw him traded from the Cavs to the Jazz.

    In 34 games with the Jazz, Clarkson averaged 15.6 points, 2.9 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 0.8 steals. He shot 48.2 percent from the field during that time, a big improvement from 44.2 percent during 29 contests with the Cavs. Clarkson made at least one 3-pointer in every game after the trade, sinking a season-high seven triples on January 30 against the Nuggets. However, his free-throw percentage dipped to 78 percent after being dealt. As an unrestricted free agent, Clarkson's value going forward will certainly depend on where he decides to sign.

  • Jordan Clarkson
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Jordan Clarkson was heavily involved on offense in Friday's win over the Wizards, registering 20 points on 9-of-17 shooting with eight rebounds, two assists, two treys and two steals.

    Clarkson made up for his nine-point disappointment on Wednesday with tonight's output. He's been up and down all season, but has seen much more consistency since joining up with the Jazz. He's a late-round value as a scoring specialist with some minor peripheral contributions ROS.

  • Jordan Clarkson
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Jordan Clarkson played 34 minutes on Friday, putting up 15 points and 3 assists. He went 5-of-12 from the floor and 2-for-7 from beyond the arc.

    This was an unusually high amount of minutes for Clarkson, as Rudy Gobert was the only player on the Jazz who played more. Mike Conley was out for this contest, so that certainly helped, but Clarkson has kept his value right around the 100 mark and needs to be owned everywhere right now. He's averaging 16.2 PTS and 2.3 threes over the last two months and has been especially effective over the last two weeks.

  • Jordan Clarkson
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Jordan Clarkson kept up his hot streak on Wednesday with 21 points on 8-of-12 shooting to go with four rebounds, three assists, a steal and four triples.

    That's the third consecutive game of at least 20 points for Clarkson and this is easily the best stretch of the season for him. The Jazz love his scoring punch off the bench and this just screams sell-high for a player you can get in the top-75. His value is as high as it will ever be and the .625 shooting from the floor just doesn't seem sustainable.

  • Mike Conley
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Mike Conley (illness) has been ruled out of Wednesday's game against the Heat.

    Conley will miss his second consecutive game on Wednesday. Joe Ingles will see a significant boost as a playmaker while Jordan Clarkson will likely see more minutes off the bench.

    Source: Jazz PR on Twitter

  • Jordan Clarkson
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Jordan Clarkson was hot again on Monday, dropping 25 points on 10-of-17 shooting to go with five boards, eight dimes, a block and four 3-pointers.

    Clarkson is the Human Torch right now. There's no stopping him and the Jazz are loving all of the offensive production they're getting from him. He won't be this hot for the whole year though so if you can ship him off for a more reliable option, don't hesitate. For now, he's rolling.

  • Mike Conley
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Mike Conley will not be available during Monday's game after playing the first half of a back-to-back on Sunday.

    Joe Ingles, Jordan Clarkson, and Royce O'Neale should all be in for a boost in minutes. Conley has performed very well of late, but the Jazz want to be careful with him.

    Source: Tony Jones on Twitter

  • Mike Conley
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Mike Conley continued his strong play on Sunday vs. the Rockets, putting up 20 points (8-of-16 FG), six assists, five rebounds, two 3-pointers and two turnovers.

    That's four straight strong outings from Conley, and there are some real reasons for optimism with where this is heading for the rest of the season at this point. We have not seen the consistent steals that used to be Conley's trademark, but a well-rounded point guard would still be good for mid-round value. Jordan Clarkson rained down 30 points (12-of-19 FG), six rebounds and three 3-pointers in this game, and is looking like a steady scoring option for 16-team leagues.

  • Bojan Bogdanovic
    SF, Utah Jazz

    Bojan Bogdanovic logged 34 minutes in Friday's win scoring 27 points (10-for-16 shooting), four rebounds, two triples, two steals and an assist.

    Bogdanovic can always be counted on to score and hit threes, and usually that's about it. Today was no different but there's value in that consistency as well as his efficiency. Jordan Clarkson is another pure points play who had 13 points, two rebounds an an assist of the bench.

  • Donovan Mitchell
    SG, Utah Jazz

    Donovan Mitchell's shooting was atrocious on Wednesday, but still managed a serviceable line of 18 points (8-24 FG, 2-9 3PT), eight rebounds and an assist.

    Mitchell hasn't quite lived up to the expectations this season, but is still inside the top-45. Jordan Clarkson had a better shooting night in 23 minutes off the bench, finishing with 16 points (6-7 FG). Although, Clarkson isn't a threat to Mitchell's value.

  • Jordan Clarkson
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Jordan Clarkson exploded for a season-high 37 points with two rebounds, two assists, a steal and seven triples on Thursday.

    Clarkson was 13-for-22 from the field and 4-for-5 at the line tonight. The Jazz were clawed back from a double-digit deficit in the fourth thanks to Clarkson's barrage of late 3-pointers, but it wasn't enough as they fell to Nikola Jokic's clutch plays down the stretch. Clarkson was the hot hand tonight and the Jazz rode him as Donovan Mitchell was ice cold, so we aren't buying into this explosion as more than a one off. He's a points streamer at best.

  • Jordan Clarkson
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Jordan Clarkson came off the bench on Wednesday to score 20 points on 7-of-14 shooting with three triples and two steals in 29 minutes.

    Clarkson is inconsistent and only offers low-end points and threes production on poor percentages (.431 from the field and .722 from the line in January). He is a 16-team league player and can be used as a streamer for points in 14-team leagues.