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Clemson vs. Robert Morris postgame notes

Clemson vs. Robert Morris postgame notes

Team Notes

• Clemson finished non-conference play with an 8-4 record after Tuesday’s 64-57 win over Robert Morris.

• The Tigers matched their season-best scoring run with a 16-0 spurt bordering both halves. Clemson scored the final five of the opening 20 minutes and the first 11 in the final half.

• Clemson’s bench accounted for 18 points, its highest total since the High Point game on Nov. 28.

• The Tigers had a season-high nine blocks against Robert Morris.

Individual Notes

Jaron Blossomgame notched his fifth double-double of the season to tie for the ACC lead in the category. He posted 16 points and 12 rebounds, both team highs.

• With his first assist, Rod Hall became the 12th player in Clemson history to produce at least 750 points and 325 assists in a career. He is the first Tiger to do it since Andre Young in 2011-12.

• Hall had five assists Tuesday and passed Chris Dodds for 15th on Clemson’s all-time list.

• Hall played 38 minutes and became the 19th player in school history to surpass 3,000 career minutes.

• Hall took two charges Tuesday, double what he had entering the game.

• Hall had three blocks in the game, a career high.

Landry Nnoko blocked four shots Tuesday and moved past Raymond Sykes for 12th place in Clemson’s record book. He needs four to pass Larry Nance for 11th.

Damarcus Harrison has made at least one three-point goal in eight consecutive games, matching his personal best from 2013-14. He was 3-for-4 from long distance.

• Harrison scored double figures for the seventh time this season.

Donte Grantham scored double figures for the eighth time this season and added a season-high four assists.