Jordan Clarkson


Jazz's Jordan Clarkson: Quiet game outside second quarter

Clarkson had 21 points (8-16 FG, 2-6 3pt, 3-3 FT), four rebounds, two assists and a steal in 26 minutes during Friday's 131-119 loss to the Clippers. On the stat sheet, Clarkson looks like he had a very solid game, but he actually only really had an excellent quarter because all 21 of his points were scored in the second quarter. He shot 66 percent from the floor and at one point scored 17 straight points. He disappeared at all other stages of the game but finished with an excellent season, averaging a career-best 18.4 points and 3.1 three-pointers per game while earning the 2021 Sixth Man of the Year award.
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Former Cavs guard Jordan Clarkson killing it for Jazz in playoffs

Jordan Clarkson made his presence felt for the Cleveland Cavaliers in a big way for much of the time he was playing for the Wine and Gold. Clarkson was acquired via trade near the 2018 deadline, to go with current Cav Larry Nance Jr., from the Los Angeles Lakers, and though he started out hot, cooled off.

Utah Jazz's Jordan Clarkson helps fix Filipino food truck covered in slurs

After a popular Filipino food truck was vandalized with anti-Asian slurs, the owners received unexpected help from Utah Jazz player Jordan Clarkson. Ben Pierce said he woke up Sunday morning in Layton, about 25 miles from Salt Lake City, to find his World Famous Yum Yum Food Truck vandalized with hateful messages painted across the black exterior. Pierce owns the truck with his 21-year-old son, Brevin, and they shared the graffiti images on social media.

Jazz's Jordan Clarkson: Struggles from field Saturday

Clarkson scored 14 points (5-16 FG, 4-9 3Pt) and registered three rebounds along with three assists across 31 minutes Saturday in a loss to the Clippers in Game 3 of the Western Conference Semifinals. Clarkson finished as Utah's third-leading scorer in the loss, but he missed 11 of his 16...

Jordan Clarkson Revamps Local Food Truck Targeted by Hate Crime

Blazers GM Neil Olshey: First-Round Loss ‘Not a Product of the Roster’. As a child, NBA guard Jordan Clarkson watched his father in the front yard detail trucks for a living. So when Clarkson, the winner of the 2020-21 Sixth Man of the Year Award, saw photos circulating social media...
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A Filipino Food Truck Was Defaced with Racist Graffiti. NBA’s Jordan Clarkson Stepped Up To Help.

Vandals defaced a Filipino food truck in the state of Utah with anti-Asian slurs, in yet another example of anti-Asian hate in the United States during the pandemic. But after pictures of the graffiti started circulating on social media in recent days, the World Famous Yum Yum Food Truck in the Salt Lake City area got some help from an unexpected celebrity supporter: Utah Jazz basketball star Jordan Clarkson.