After earning All-Rookie First Team honors, Jordan Clarkson looks to expand his game in his sophomore year. While the Los Angeles Lakers struggled at Summer League, Clarkson showed improvement, averaging 16.8 points, 3.6 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 32.4 minutes.
With the first preseason game not until Oct. 4, Clarkson continues to work on his game in a video provided by the official NBA Twitter account:
— NBA (@NBA) August 20, 2015
Despite the Lakers selecting D’Angelo Russell over Jahlil Okafor, Clarkson is expected to start in the backcourt with him as Kobe Bryant will likely shift to small forward. With an opportunity to play major minutes this upcoming season, there are high expectations for Clarkson.[divide]