Former Belmont star Ian Clark is staying with the Warriors.
Clark signed a one-year deal on Thursday with the defending West champs. Clark appeared in 66 regular-season games with the Warriors last season during their record-breaking run, averaging 3.6 points, 1.0 rebound and 1.0 assist in 8.8 minutes per contest. Clark also played in 16-playoff games.
Under the one-year guaranteed deal, Clark will make just north of $1 million, according to SF Gate.
Despite their NBA finals disappointment, the Warriors will almost certainly enter next season as the favorites to take a title. Following a record 73-win regular season, Golden State added the top free-agent prize of the offseason, Kevin Durant.
Clark is entering his fourth season in the NBA, despite going undrafted in 2013. Clark posted strong performances in the Portsmouth Invitational and Orlando NBA Summer League to put himself on team radars. Clark’s career has seen him play in Utah and Denver, before heading to Golden State.