Mark Medina of the Orange County Register reported the meeting lasted 45 minutes but a deal was not completed.
Earlier Thursday, the Los Angeles Times' Tania Ganguli reported the Lakers "have two signings left to make and expect to make them in about the next week and a half."
Clark spent 63 percent of his minutes at shooting guard last season, but he would likely be a point guard with the Lakers since the Purple and Gold already have Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Jordan Clarkson holding down the fort at the 2.
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However, a possible future with the Lakers may be entirely dependent on Derrick Rose's free-agency decision.
According to ESPN.com's Adrian Wojnarowski and Brian Windhorst, Rose and the Lakers met Thursday to discuss a partnership that would position him as Lonzo Ball's backup.
Should Rose ultimately agree to terms with the Lakers, Clark—who averaged a career-high 6.8 points on 48.7 percent shooting last season—will likely have to look elsewhere for a prove-it deal.
Stats via Basketball Reference.