The SPC ballers are still playing with heavy hearts
from the loss of a teammate over the summer, and the nation's two-time defending scoring champion has been fighting off leg tendinitis. But after going 0-4 to start the season and hanging in bravely against a couple of Big East squads, the Peacocks may have turned the corner - they've won four in a row and are 2-0 in the young MAAC season.
In their thrilling OT roadie, Clark scored nearly half his team's points and jumped 13 spots on the Sucka Free Countdown
to 19. OK, so the diminutive (5'9") "Kee Kee" puts it up a lot - even during his world-leading seasons (26.7 and 25.8 PPG, respectively), he had lots of those 4-for-20 types of nights that were erased by 30+ point outbursts. But Clark shouldn't need to shoulder the load so much this year - as Ken Pomeroy points out,
they've got other options.
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