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Clemson vs. Nevada postgame notes

Clemson vs. Nevada postgame notes

Team Notes

• Clemson moved to 2-2 on the season with a 59-50 victory over Nevada in the consolation bracket of the Paradise Jam. It was Clemson’s first game against a team from the Mountain West Conference since 2007.

• The Tigers made five three-point goals, their most since the season opener.

• Clemson forced 15 turnovers Saturday, its second-best total defensively this season.

• The Tigers collected six steals against Nevada, the second-best total of the season.

* Clemson is now 2-0 on the season when holding the opposition to 50 points or less, and 30-2 in Brad Brownell‘s tenure at the school (136 games).

Individual Notes

Landry Nnoko posted double figures for the fourth straight game to open the season. Nnoko never had back-to-back double-figure scoring games heading into 2014-15.

• Nnoko blocked two shots to extend his streak to 13 games with at least one block.

Jaron Blossomgame led the Tigers in scoring for the first time this season, with 13 points. It was a season-high for the sophomore, who made 5-of-8 field goals.

Damarcus Harrison grabbed seven rebounds, leading the Tigers for the first time this season.

Josh Smith matched a career-high with six points, making both field goal attempts and two free throws in the first half.

Austin Ajukwa matched career highs for minutes (23) and three-point goals (2) versus Nevada.