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2018-19 HIGHLIGHTS WITH NEW ORLEANS:
• Averaged 6.7 points, 1.5 rebounds, and 1.6 assists in 60 appearances (six starts)
• Scored in double-figures 19 times
• Shot .394 from the field, .327 from three and .892 from the free throw line
• Notched a season-high 31 points on 11-of-21 from the field and a career-best 7-of-15 from deep at SAC (4/7), the second 30-point performance of his career
• Scored a then-season-high 24 points on 9-of-17 shooting in a career-high 40 minutes at PHX (4/5)
• Recorded 17 points and a season-high five rebounds at ORL (3/20)
• Tallied 11 points a season-high-tying five assists vs. TOR (3/8)
• Notched 17 points on 7-of-12 from the floor to go along with a career-high-tying three steals vs. LAL (2/23)
• Scored 18 points on 7-of-15 from the field including a career-high tying seven three-point attempts vs. IND (2/4)
• Made his 2018-19 debut vs. SAC (10/19), scoring 13 points on a perfect 4-of-4 from the field (3-of-3 from deep).
2017-18 HIGHLIGHTS WITH NEW ORLEANS:
• Averaged 7.4 points, 1.7 rebounds, and 1.5 assists in 74 appearances (two starts)
• Scored in double figures 22 times
• Shot .448 from the field, .318 from three and .763 from the free throw line
• Averaged 9.5 points in 23.6 minutes per game from 1/10 through the remainder of the season in 41 contests, notching double-figures in 16 of those games
• Scored 13 points and handed out a career-high-tying six assists at LAC (4/9)
• Scored 19 points on 9-of-15 from the field to go with four assists vs. DAL (3/20)
• Tallied a season-high 21 points (19 in the first half) on 9-11 from the floor vs. MIA (2/23)
• Notched 20 points on 9-10 from the field and grabbed six rebounds vs. SAC (1/30)
• Scored 19 points on 7-11 from the field, including a career-high 5-7 from deep at MIA (12/23)
• Made his first start as a Pelican vs. SAC (12/8), recording a season-high 15 points to go along with three assists and three rebounds in 28 minutes
• Grabbed a career-high seven rebounds (all defensive) at POR (10/22)
• Scored 14 points against his former squad on 5-7 from the field vs. GSW (10/20)
2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS WITH GOLDEN STATE:
• Appeared in 77 games, averaging 6.8 points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists in a career-high 14.8 minutes while shooting a career-high .487 from the field
• Scored in double-figures in a career-best 18 games
• Tallied 20 or more points in four games and 30-plus once
• Scored 17 points on 4/8 vs. NOP, his 18th game of the season in double figures
• Scored a career-high 36 points (15-of-21 FG) in a season-high 34 minutes off the bench at SAS (3/11), the first 30-point game of his career and the first by a Warriors reserve in the regular season since Jordan Crawford tallied 41 points at DEN (4/16/14)
• Scored 22 points off the bench at POR (11/1) on a perfect 8-8 from the field and 3-3 from three-point range, becoming the first Warriors player to come off the bench and make at least eight field goal attempts without a miss since Chris Mullin did so at MIL (1/18/96)
• Became the first Warriors reserve to score at least 20 points since Marreese Speights tallied 25 points vs. PHX (3/12/16)
• DNP-CD four times
• Missed one game with a throat injury (11/26>
2015-16 HIGHLIGHTS WITH GOLDEN STATE:
• Appeared in 66 games (one start), averaging 3.6 points, 1.0 rebound and 1.0 assist in 8.8 minutes, shooting a career-high .441 from the field
Scored in double figures six times and 20-plus once…
• Tied a career-high with four rebounds vs. POR (3/11)
• Appeared in his 100th career game vs. ATL (3/1), tallying three points and two rebounds in 15 minutes
• Recorded career-highs of six assists and four blocks at LAL (1/5) while matching a career-best with four rebounds
• Scored 15 points in a career-high 37 minutes vs. DEN (1/2), marking his fourth-straight game scoring in double-figures (12/28-1/2), a career-best streak
• Scored a career-high 21 points at DAL (12/30), hitting 8-of-12 (.667) from the field…Made his first career start at BOS (12/11), tallying six points and three rebounds in 19 minutes
• Hit four threes on five attempts in just six minutes at UTA (11/30), finishing with 12 points
• Scored 15 points in 12 minutes (all in the fourth quarter) vs. MEM (11/2), hitting a perfect 4-of-4 from the field, including one three-pointer, and a career-high six free throws on six attempts
• Made his Warriors debut at HOU (10/30), tallying two points and two assists in five minutes
• DNP-CD 12 times
• Inactive four times…
2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS WITH UTAH, DENVER AND IDAHO (D-LEAGUE):
• Appeared in 30 games (23 with Utah and seven with Denver), averaging 1.9 points in 6.4 minutes.
• Matched a season-high with nine points on 4/15 at Golden State.
• Played a career-high 21 minutes on 1/2 vs. Atlanta, scoring five points and dishing out a career-high four assists.
• Scored a season-high nine points on 1/3 at Minnesota, hitting a career-high three three-pointers (3-of-3 3FG).
• Appeared in seven games on assignment with the NBA Development League’s Idaho Stampede, averaging 14.0 points and 2.3 rebounds in 31.9 minutes.
2013-14 HIGHLIGHTS WITH UTAH AND BAKERSFIELD (D-LEAGUE):
• Appeared in 23 games, averaging 3.0 points in 7.5 minutes.
• Logged a season-high 17 minutes on 11/6 at Boston.
• Scored a career-high 10 points (4-of-5 FG) and grabbed two rebounds on 11/18 vs. Golden State.
• Made his NBA debut on 11/1 at Phoenix, tallying three rebounds, one steal and one block in nine minutes of play.
• DNP-CD 24 times and inactive 35 times.
• Appeared in eight games on assignment with the NBA Development League’s Bakersfield Jam, averaging 12.4 points and 3.3 rebounds in 32.3 minutes.
• Finished his career as Belmont’s NCAA-era all-time leader in points (1,920) and three-point field goals (340).
• Appeared in 133 games for the Bruins, averaging 14.4 points, 2.9 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.22 steals while hitting 48.4 percent from the field (681-of-1406 FG) and 42.5 percent from three-point range (340-of-800 3FG).
• Named the Ohio Valley Conference Co-Player of the Year and earned Associated Press All-American Honorable Mention selection as a senior in 2012-13.
• Led Belmont to three consecutive NCAA Tournament berths, earning the team’s highest-ever seed (No. 11) in 2012-13.
• Four-time All-Conference honoree and two-time conference Defensive Player of the Year (Atlantic Sun in 2011-12 and OVC in 2012- 13).
Has appeared in 41 career playoff games off the bench for New Orleans and Golden State, averaging 6.0 points and 1.3 rebounds
2018 (New Orleans)
• Appeared in all nine games off the bench for the Pelicans, averaging 7.8 points on .424 shooting from the field, including .357 from three-point range and 1.000 from the free throw line
• Scored in double figures in three games, including a playoff career-high 18 points in Game 3 of their second round playoff series vs. GSW
2017 (Golden State)
• Appeared in 16 games, helping Warriors to 2017 NBA Championship in five games over Cleveland
• Averaged 6.8 points on .506 shooting from the field, including .361 from three-point range and .941 from the free throw line
• Scored in double figures in five games, including 13 points in Game 2 of their first round series vs. POR
• Scored 10 points off the bench in game 2 of NBA finals vs. CLE
2016 (Golden State):
• Appeared in 16 postseason games, averaging 4.1 points, 1.1 rebounds and 1.0 assist in 9.6 minutes, shooting 49.1 percent from the field
• Made his NBA Finals debut in Game 1 of The Finals on 6/2 vs. Cleveland, logging three minutes
• Grabbed a postseason career-high four rebounds in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals on 5/22 at Oklahoma City, tallying eight points, three assists and two steals in 20 minutes
• Swiped a playoff career-high three steals in Game 5 of the First Round on 4/27 vs. Houston
• Tallied playoff career-highs in points (11), assists (5) and minutes (21) in Game 3 of the First Round on 4/21 vs. Houston, marking his first career postseason game in double figures
• Made his NBA playoff debut in Game 1 of the First Round on 4/16 vs. Houston, connecting on one three-pointer to finish with three points in four minutes
• Appeared in 133 games over four seasons at Belmont, averaging 14.4 points, 2.9 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.22 steals, shooting .484 from the field and .425 from three-point range • Finished his career as Belmont’s NCAA-era all-time leader in points (1,920) and three-point field goals (340) • 2012-13: Portsmouth Invitational All-Tournament Team • Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention...Naismith and Lou Henson National Player of the Year candidate • National Three-Point Championship Third Place (Final Four) • Lefty Driesell Defensive All-America...Mid-Major All-America • OVC co-Player of the Year • First Team All-OVC • OVC Defensive Player of the Year...OVC All-Tournament Team • Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) Men's Basketball Player of the Year • Four-time OVC Player of the Week • Three-time TSWA Player of the Year...Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team • UCF All-Tournament Team • Team Captain • 33 game appearances, all starts • Emerged as one of the top all-around shooting guards in the nation • Tremendous shooter with ‘old school’ mid-range game and active defender • 30 double-figure scoring games...Broke program’s career scoring mark in sold-out ESPN BracketBuster victory vs. Ohio (2/23/13) • Third in nation in three-point field goal percentage (.459) • Third in nation in field goal percentage among guards (.543) • 10th in nation in three-point field goals per game (3.09) • 3rd in OVC in scoring (18.2)...9th in OVC in steals per game (1.6) • Career-high 32 points, four rebounds, two blocked shots vs. UT Martin (1/12/13)\ • 21 points vs. Arizona in NCAA Tournament second round (3/21/13) • Would be Atlantic Sun or Ohio Valley Conference career three-point field goals made leader had Belmont been in either league four years • 2011-12: First Team All-Atlantic Sun...Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Year...Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team • CollegeInsider.com Mid Major Defensive All-American • Preseason Atlantic Sun Player of the Year (multiple media outlets) • Started 34 games, tallying double-digit points in 25 of those contests • 34th in NCAA in three-point field goal percentage • Second in Atlantic Sun and 33rd in NCAA in three-point field goals per game • Tallied 23 points (all in the second half) and six rebounds at Stetson (2/13/12) • Notched 16 points, six rebounds in Atlantic Sun Championship vs. Florida Gulf Coast (3/3/12) • 14 points, went over 1,000 career points vs. Troy (12/15/11) • Tallied 12 points, three assists in NCAA Tournament second round game vs. Georgetown (3/16/12)• 2010-11: NABC All-District 3 Second Team...Atlantic Sun Most Valuable Player (CollegeInsider.com)• Honorable Mention Mid Major All-American (CollegeHoops.net)• First Team All-Atlantic Sun • Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team • Atlantic Sun Player of the Week (1/18/11, 2/21/11) • Preseason All-Atlantic Sun (Sporting News, Athlon, Lindy’s, league office) • Ranked among Atlantic Sun leaders in five statistical categories • Third in Atlantic Sun in three-point field goal percentage, T-7th in three-point field goals per game • 58th in NCAA in effective field goal percentage (Ken Pomeroy) • Led team in scoring (12.2 ppg) • 25 double figure scoring games • Started 35 games, and all 66 games of career • 2009-10: CollegeInsider.com Mid Major Freshman All-American • Sporting News Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year • Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year • Second Team All-Atlantic Sun • Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team • Atlantic Sun Player of the Week (2/8/10) • First freshman of Bruin NCAA era to lead team in scoring • Only Bruin to start all 31 games • Fifth among all NCAA freshmen in made three-point field goals • Among Atlantic Sun leaders in five statistical categories • Third in three-point field goal percentage • Fourth in three-point field goals per game • Fifth in free throw percentage • Eighth in scoring • Team-high 23 double figure scoring games and led team in scoring 17 times • Eight 20-plus point games • At least one three-point field goal in 28 games • Career-high tying 31 points on 9-for-11 three-pointers vs. North Florida (2/7/10), the nine treys put Clark one off of the Curb Event Center record • Career-high-tying 31 points vs. Stetson (1/4/10) • First career double-double of 21 points, 10 rebounds at Stetson (2/18/10) • 21 points in collegiate debut vs. Portland State (11/13/09) • 19 points vs. Mercer in Atlantic Sun Quarterfinal (3/4/10) • Career-high five steals at ETSU (2/1/10).
PERSONAL: Full name is Ian Patrick Clark... Son of Jon and Shelbia Clark... Has one sibling, Chris... Majored in Business Administration... Averaged 23 points, five rebounds and five assists as a senior in high school... Was named to the 2009 Tennessee All-Region Team and the 2009 Pepsi/Memphis Commercial Appeal ‘Best of the Preps’ Basketball Team for Class AAA... First player ever from Germantown High School to make the NBA... Played AAU Basketball for Memphis YOMCA... Won back-to-back state titles in middle school... Is on Twitter @IanClark.