Let's face it: Jordan Clarkson hasn't been the best of additions to the Cleveland Cavaliers roster this postseason.
Brought in at the trade deadline back in February along with Larry Nance Jr. in exchange for Isaiah Thomas and Channing Frye, the former Laker bench spark has had some pretty good games with the Cavs since his arrival, including a 17-point game in his debut against the Boston Celtics.
Since making the postseason for the first time in his career however, it seems as though the pressure has gotten to Clarkson. Prior to Game 2, JC hadn't registered a single assist dating back to Game 4 against Toronto. On top of that, he's shooting a woeful 29% from the field in that span to average 4.9 points per game.
Clarkson managed to finish Game 2 with a statline of 2 points (1-4 shooting) and 1 assist in 8 minutes of game time, and as expected, NBA Twitter was not kind to him.
Even Patrick Ewing isn't happy with Clarkson.
Magic fleeced the Cavs.
Give the bench guys some minutes!
Mistakes were made.
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The best conspiracy theory of them all.
And finally, a simple spreadsheet the Cavs should follow for Game 3.