Former University of Cincinnati Bearcats standout Gary Clark is signing a two-way deal with the Philadelphia 76ers, according to a report Tuesday via Twitter from ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Clark, 26, was sent to the Denver Nuggets along with Aaron Gordon in a blockbuster trade that brought Gary Harris, R.J. Hampton and Denver's protected 2025 first-round pick to the Orlando Magic.
He appeared in just two games for the Nuggets before he was waived April 8.
Clark averaged 3.4 points, 3.2 rebounds and 0.9 assists in 18.2 minutes per game this season in 35 games for the Magic. Last November, Clark agreed to a two-year deal believed to be worth $4.1 million to remain with Orlando.
Last August, Clark scored 15 points and added six rebounds in 28 minutes as Orlando's starting power forward in the No. 8 seed Magic's 122-110 Game 1 upset of the top-seeded Milwaukee Bucks.
The Magic signed Clark in Jan. 2020 about one week after he was waived by the Rockets after parts of two seasons in Houston. Clark went fishing in the NBA bubble and shared a photo of one of his catches.
Clark was the American Athletic Conference Player of the Year as a senior for the Bearcats.
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