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Lakers guard Clarkson opening eyes
The draft was already considered a success. With their first lottery pick since 2005 - and their highest in 32 years - the Lakers picked Kentucky's Julius Randle, a versatile power forward whom the organization had eyed throughout the pre-draft process.
Everything You Need to Know About Lakers Rookie Jordan Clarkson
Los Angeles Lakers fans thought a good draft night was over on June 26, but they were wrong - management purchased the draft rights to the Washington Wizards ' No.
Lakers GM 'pleased' to get Fil-Am Clarkson
Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak is pleased to be able to get Filipino-American guard Jordan Clarkson with the 46th pick in the 2014 rookie draft, especially as the Mizzou player was expected to be taken earlier.
Jordan Clarkson lands with Lakers, Jabari Brown goes undrafted
Clarkson averaged 17.5 points per game last year with the Tigers, which helped him earn All-Southeastern Second Team honors.
Silver Screen and Roll
NBA Draft 2014: Lakers trade for second-round pick, select Jordan Clarkson with No. 46 pick
The Los Angeles Lakers have traded into the second round of the 2014 NBA Draft to select guard Jordan Clarkson out of Missouri with the 46th-overall pick, giving up "financial considerations," reports ESPN .
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Lakers trade into 2nd round, draft Jordan Clarkson
Mar 14, 2014; Atlanta, GA, USA; Missouri Tigers guard Jordan Clarkson drives the ball past Florida Gators center Patric Young during the first half in the quarterfinals of the SEC college basketball tournament at Georgia Dome.
Report: Missouri lands three-star PG Tramaine Isabell
Isabell is a three-star, Class of 2014 point guard from Seattle. He was originally committed to Washington State, but when Ken Bone was fired and Ernie Kent got hired, Isabell was released from his letter of intent .
NBA Draft 2014: Rating the 5 SEC prospects that didn't go to Kentucky
Missouri's Jordan Clarkson, left, dribbles around Long Beach State's McKay LaSalle, right, during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game.