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Clemson vs. High Point postgame notes

Clemson vs. High Point postgame notes

Team Notes

• Clemson beat High Point 62-59 on Friday, its second straight win by three points.

• The Panthers scored just 16 in the first half, Clemson’s fewest allowed in the first half since the 2013-14 season opener vs. Stetson.

• Clemson made 87.5 percent from the free throw line, its best figure of the young season. The Tigers shot 16 free throws in the second half after none in the first.

• The Tigers had 16 offensive rebounds Friday, their highest mark of the season.

Individual Notes

Landry Nnoko posted his first double-double since Jan. 11, 2014 against Duke. He finished with 10 points and 13 rebounds in collecting his third career double-double.

• Nnoko saw his streak advance to 15 consecutive games with at least one block. The junior center posted two blocks to bring his career tally to 94, tying James Mays for 12th in school history.

• Nnoko reached double digit rebounds for the first time this season and fifth time in his career.

Patrick Rooks saw his first action since the opener and responded with a double-figure scoring night. Rooks made 3-of-5 from three and totaled 11 points in 12 minutes.

Jaron Blossomgame collected a double-double a second straight game, finishing with 14 points and 13 rebounds.

• Blossomgame made a career-high six free throws Friday.

• Blossomgame blocked two shots, his high since the Maryland game on March 2, 2014.

Jordan Roper posted a career-best six assists Friday; he played 34 minutes after Rod Hall suffered an injury in the first minutes of the game.

Donte Grantham produced double figures for the fourth time; he finished with 11 points in 36 minutes.