While Dwight Howard and Chris Paul hold up free agency moves for some teams, the Denver Nuggets hope Earl Clark will forget all about that and sign with the team. The Nuggets have offered a deal to Clark, though no contract details are known, reports Alex Kennedy of Hoops World. Clark would like to re-sign with the Orlando Magic, but the Dwight Howard situation has put a hold on that.
Clark, the 14th overall pick of the 2009 NBA Draft, was traded from the Phoenix Suns to the magic in Dec. 2010 as part of the Vince Carter deal. The Nuggets could use the 6-foot-10 forward in the front court with the losses of Kenyon Martin and the possible departure of Nene.
He seems like a decent role player right now.