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Clemson vs. Wake Forest Postgame Notes

Clemson vs. Wake Forest Postgame Notes


  • Clemson’s 62-57 loss at Wake Forest snapped a five-game winning streak for the Tigers over the Demon Deacons.
  • With the loss, Clemson fell to just 2-19 all-time in Lawrence Joel Coliseum.
  • Clemson’s 37.5 percent free throw mark Tuesday was a season-low and program-low in 123 games under Head Coach Brad Brownell.
  • Clemson had a 15-0 advantage in second chance points Tuesday, its largest margin of the season. It was also the first time this season Clemson did not allow a second chance point.
  • Wake Forest shot 55.3 percent, the third time an ACC opponent has shot 54 percent or higher against the Tigers this season.
  • For the first time in the 2013-14 season, Clemson lost a game when leading at halftime. The Tigers were 12-0 entering Tuesday’s contest.


  • K.J. McDaniels reached double figures in the scoring column for the 24th time in 27 games. He finished with 10 points.
  • McDaniels saw his eight-game streak of multiple blocks snapped, but did have one to extend his overall streak to nine games with at least one.
  • Rod Hall posted double figures for the 14th time this season, 10 more than he had his entire career entering 2013-14.
  • Hall made multiple three-pointers Tuesday, the sixth time this season he made at least two, all on the road.
  • Damarcus Harrison extended his streak of games with at least one three-pointer to six, a career-long streak.
  • Harrison scored double figures for the third straight game, the first time he has done that in his career (88 games).
  • Jaron Blossomgame posted nine points, his high point total since scoring 10 in a win at Florida State on Feb. 1.
  • Ibrahim Djambo blocked his first shot since the Pittsburgh game on Jan. 21 and took his second charge of the season Tuesday.