Shannon Brown, Earl Clark to sign with Knicks


After cutting ties with Metta World Peace and Beno Udrih, reports are coming in that the New York Knicks have decided on their replacements.

It looks like the Knicks will elect to sign recent buy out Earl Clark and Shannon Brown to 10-day contracts.

Clark was bought out by the Philadelphia 76ers after being traded for Spencer Hawes.

Brown and the Spurs parted ways after his second 10-day contract expired.

The signings will take the Knicks out of the Jimmer Fredette chase barring any other cuts.

Clark has averaged just 5.2 points this season after signing a deal with the Cavaliers during the offseason. He averaged 7.3 points and 5.5 rebounds for the Los Angeles Lakers last season.

In 10 games with the Spurs, Brown averaged 2.3 points and shot an abysmal 28.3% from the floor.

Raymond Felton is expected to suit up for the Knicks.

Topics: Earl Clark, New York Knicks, Shannon Brown

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  • Vapetimus Prime

    I would have preferred Jimmer, we needed someone who can knock down threes besides Melo and can space the floor because of deadly shooting.

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