Clemson faces Robert Morris on Tuesday
Clemson (7-4) vs. Robert Morris (4-7)
Date: Tuesday, Dec. 30
Tipoff: 7:05 p.m. ET
Arena: Littlejohn Coliseum (10,000)
Radio: CTSN (Tony Castricone-pbp; Tim Bourret-color)
• Clemson returns from Christmas break to close out its non-conference schedule with its first meeting vs. Robert Morris.
• This will be the Tigers’ first game against a Northeast Conference team since Dec. 10, 1988, a 79-36 win over Wagner.
• The Tigers won their most recent game on Dec. 22, a 70-60 victory against Oakland where Jaron BlossomgameJaron Blossomgame
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• Tuesday’s game is dubbed “Take a Kid to the Game,” where any adult who purchases a regularly priced ticket receives a youth ticket for free. Offer is redeemable at the East Gate Box Office.
• The game is also part of the Elementary School Pass Package, where area elementary children who display their pass receive free admission.
• In addition to a career-high 26 points, Jaron Blossomgame established new personal bests for field goals (8) and three-pointers (3) in the win over Oakland.
• Blossomgame now yields a +8.6 per game improvement in his scoring average over last season, one of the top figures among ACC players.
• With his next assist, point guard Rod HallRod Hall
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• Hall is coming off a six-assist, zero-turnover performance vs. Oakland.
• Hall is 14 minutes shy of 3,000 for his career; he will become the 19th player in Clemson history to reach the 3,000-minute mark.
• Landry NnokoLandry Nnoko
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• Donte GranthamDonte Grantham
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