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Brandon Clarke scores 20 off the bench with four triples in loss

by Adam Koffler | Grizzlies Correspondent | Sat, Aug 15th 6:03pm EDT

Brandon Clarke became a three-point shooter Saturday, going 4-of-5 from long range (8-11 FG) en route to 20 points, four rebounds, three assists, two blocks and one turnover in 24 minutes off the bench.

Fantasy Impact:

Clarke went outside of his comfort zone in this one, as he averages just 1.1 three-point attempts per game on the season. He shot the ball well against a Portland team that wasn’t interested in playing a whole lot of defense. Be it as it may, Clarke was asked to step up when Jaren Jackson Jr. went down with a torn meniscus two weeks ago, and he’s been the Grizzlies best player off the bench ever since. The rookie out of Gonzaga has a bright future ahead in this league, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see him in the starting lineup when the 2020-21 season rolls along.

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