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Oklahoma State basketball player Stevie Clark has been arrested for the second time in just over a month.
According to the Associated Press, the freshman was taken into custody Sunday on suspicion of outraging public decency, a Stillwater jail spokesman said. He later posted bail and was released.
The young guard has become more known for his off-the-court antics than his on-court contributions to the team.
NBC Sports noted that Clark was arrested in January after a traffic stop and charged with possession of marijuana. That arrest came after OSU coach Travis Ford suspended Clark for four games earlier in the season.
He missed all three tournament games in Florida, before he returned to play 12 minutes against South Carolina on Dec. 6.
The Cowboys are currently 16-5 and 7th in the Big 12 Conference. They host Iowa State on Monday evening.
Clark is averaging 5.3 points and 2.7 assists in 16 minutes per game as the team’s backup point guard.
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