Clyde Trapp’s late bucket sinks the Orange
Tevin Mack had himself a night, scoring a career high 32 points, as he led the way for Clemson in their 71-70 win over Syracuse last night in Littlejohn. He shot 12-17 from the field, and pulled down 10 rebounds, with six coming on the offensive glass, as he posted the double-double. Check out his monster night.
Clyde Trapp was instrumental in the win as well, scoring 17 points, grabbing 9 boards, and dishing out 6 assists. He also added 2 steals. It was his bucket with under two seconds left, off of a dish from Khavon Moore, that won it.
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