Gilmore, Jurkunas to Miss Saturday's Game

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Clemson, SC--Clemson starting forward Chucky Gilmore will miss Saturday's
game with South Carolina State. The native of Fayetteville, NC suffered a
concussion in practice on Thursday when he caught a teammate's
unintentional elbow in the temple. Gilmore was taken to Oconnee Memorial
Hospital for observation. He will not practice with the Tigers until at
least Tuesday.

Andrius Jurkunas, Clemson senior forward, will miss another contest
due to a broken right thumb. Point guard Edward Scott will play against
South Carolina State despite having the toe nail on his right big toe
removed. He had been playing with the pain the last three games.

Clemson will still be without the services of freshman guard Pasha
Bains, who must sit out one more game due to the NCAA transfer rule. He
will be eligible to play against South Carolina on December 16.

Tickets Remain for South Carolina Game

Clemson, SC--Reserved seats are still available for the Clemson vs. South
Carolina basketball game on Thursday evening at 9:00 PM. Due to the
semester break, seats normally occupied by students are available. Tickets
may be purchased by calling the Clemson ticket office at 1-800-CLEMSON.

Tickets are also available for Saturday's 4:00 PM game with South
Carolina State. Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for students high school
age and under.

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