If you’re an undrafted free agent playing on an NBA summer league, you know you have a short window of time to do something impressive if you want to make an NBA roster in the fall.
Former Belmont standout Ian Clark clearly understands this.
After an impressive debut in just 16 minutes on Sunday, Clark’s playing time increased, as did his production. Clark played a team-high 32 minutes, scoring 19 points as the Miami Heat summer league team beat Brooklyn.
The former Bruin didn’t waste much time in scoring, getting nine of his points in the first four minutes of the contest. Clark’s performance didn’t go unnoticed on Twitter, as his early play made him a trending topic in the U.S.
— Tyler G (@tylergiuliani) July 9, 2013
The Heat are back on the floor today against host Orlando. Tip-off is set for 4 p.m. CT with live coverage on NBA TV and NBA Summer League Live.