On Saturday former Iowa State forward Rahshon Clark was released from the professional team he’s played for since September.
This summer Clark signed on with Hapoel Migdal Jerusalem, a professional basketball team in Israel whose roster also includes former Hawkeye Adam Haluska. Clark played in seven formal games in the Israeli League and European Cup. While he averaged just 3.7 points per game in the Israeli League and 1.8 in the European Cup, his best game came against Ra’anana, making 11 points in 8 minutes on perfect shooting.
Clark and Hapoel Migdal Jerusalem reached an agreement to terminate the contract this weekend.
Because he is very, very limited offensively. He never developed a post game or the ability to put the ball on the court. Great competitor, great athlete, very good defender....but those things alone don't usually translate into a professional career.
Rahshon is one of my all time favorite Cyclones. However, the best things that ever happened to Rahshon (basketball wise) were Will and Curtis. Rahshon was a beast on the fast break and those guys fed the beast.
He really benefited from having will and stinson. He was at his best when he wasn't the go to guy.
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