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Clemson vs. Winthrop postgame notes

Clemson vs. Winthrop postgame notes

Team Notes

• Clemson dropped Monday’s contest to Winthrop, the Eagles’ second win in series history against the Tigers and first since 2000.

• The Tigers outrebounded Winthrop 46-29, Clemson’s largest rebound advantage since a +19 figure against Coastal Carolina on Nov. 29, 2013.

• Clemson blocked eight shots Monday, giving the Tigers 14 through two games. The Tigers led the league in the statistical category last season.

Individual Notes

Landry Nnoko scored a career-high the second straight game. The junior center posted 19 points and added nine rebounds and five blocks, one off his career-high.

• Nnoko’s six made field goals and seven free throws were also career highs.

• Nnoko has now blocked at least one shot in 11 consecutive games dating to last season.

Jaron Blossomgame posted double figures for the second straight game, posting his high total since the Pittsburgh game on March 8, 2014.

Donte Grantham was in double digits for a second time in two career games, with a season-high 13 points in just 24 minutes.

Rod Hall played his 100th career game Monday, and reached double figures for the first time this season.

Jordan Roper blocked two shots against Winthrop, after entering the contest with two in his career in 67 games.