The 26-year-old Clark spent the past two seasons with the Golden State Warriors, and 2016-17 marked his best campaign to date.
In 77 games as a reserve, Clark averaged a career-high 14.8 minutes, 6.8 points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game.
He also averaged 6.8 points per contest during the playoffs and helped the Warriors win their second championship in three seasons.
He carved out a niche with the Dubs, but after they signed Nick Young, he became expendable.
Clark has the potential to produce if given greater responsibility elsewhere, but with the Lakers boasting a deep backcourt consisting of Lonzo Ball, Jordan Clarkson, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Ennis and others, L.A. is no longer an ideal fit.
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