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Clemson vs. Oakland postgame notes

Clemson vs. Oakland postgame notes

Team Notes

• Clemson moved to 7-4 on the season with Monday’s win over Oakland; the Tigers are now 3-1 this season following losses.

• The Tigers made eight three-point field goals, tying a season high.

• Clemson won the turnover margin Monday and is 4-0 this season under that scenario.

• Clemson posted 15 assists against Oakland, a season high.

• The Tiger defense tallied nine steals for a second straight game to tie a season high.

• The Tiger defense held Oakland to 26 points in the first half, the Grizzlies’ second-lowest total in any half this season.

• Clemson held Oakland to 60 points Monday, the Grizzlies’ lowest total of the season.

Individual Notes

Jaron Blossomgame scored a career-high 26 points Monday, 19 of which came in the opening half.

• Blossomgame posted career highs for field goals (8).

Landry Nnoko scored 17, his highest total since posting 19 in the second game of the season. The 17 points were his second-highest total in 77 career games.

• Nnoko made seven field goals Monday, a career high.

• Nnoko blocked two shots, giving the Tiger junior at least one in 19 of his last 20 games.

• With his first block, Nnoko became the 13th player in school history to reach the century mark.

Sidy Djitte had three steals Monday. It was the second straight game he set a career high for steals.

Rod Hall posted six assists with zero turnovers Monday in 36 minutes.