Posted February 03, 2014

Oklahoma State guard Stevie Clark dismissed from team after second arrest

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Stevie Clark won Oklahoma's Player of the Year award twice in high school. (Brett Deering/Getty Images)

Stevie Clark won Oklahoma’s Player of the Year award twice in high school. (Brett Deering/Getty Images)

Oklahoma State point guard Stevie Clark has been dismissed from the team after being arrested for a second time, according to Kelly Hines of the Tulsa World.

Clark was arrested by the Stillwater police after they received a call reporting a man urinating out of the window of a vehicle early Sunday morning, reports Gina Mizell of NewsOK.com. The arrest is Clark’s second this year, after he was cited for possession of marijuana during a traffic stop on New Year’s Day. The freshman was also suspended by coach Travis Ford during an early season tournament for violating team rules.

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Clark averaged 16 minutes per game as the team’s backup point guard.


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