MoraBanc Andorra added depth to its depleted frontcourt by signing power forward Daniel Clark, the club announced on Thursday. Clark (2.10 meters, 31 years old) signed a two-month contract to return to the club where he played earlier in his career. Andorra learned earlier this week that forward Tyson Perez and big man Bandja Sy would both miss at least one month to injuries. Clark previously wore the Andorra uniform during the 2015-16 campaign. Last season he played for Spanish side Montakit Fuenlabrada where he posted 5.5 points and 3.5 rebounds. Clark has two years of previous 7DAYS EuroCup experience, first in the 2010-11 season with Estudiantes Madrid and in 2016-17 with MZT Skopje of North Macedonia. Clark grew up with Estudiantes and spent a big part of his professional career there. He has also played for Breogan, Baskonia Vitoria-Gasteiz, Murcia and Gipuzkoa in Spain. He is also a member of the British national team.
"He is a player that can help us in our injury situation," Andorra general manager Francesc Solana said. "Clark is able to play at the '4' and '5' spots and that works really well for us right now."