Clemson (14-13, 8-9 ACC) welcomes FSU (24-4, 14-3 ACC) to LittleJohn on Saturday looking to break out of a logjam in the middle of the ACC. The Tigers are currently sitting at 8-9 in conference play after the 68-59 road loss to Georgia Tech last time out.
Aamir Simms continues to lead Clemson in scoring, averaging 13.7 PPG. He also pulls down 7.2 boards and dishes out 2.7 assists per game. Tevin Mack is averaging 12.2 points and 5.4 rebounds per game.
Clemson comes in averaging 66.8 points per game, on 43.1% shooting from the field. They are hitting 32.1% of their three point attempts, and shoot 67.8% from the foul line.
On the defensive end, the Tigers are allowing opposing teams to average 63.7 points per game, on 40.5% shooting from the field. They also allow opponents to hit 31.8% from 3-point range this season.
Clemson has already knocked off Louisville, Duke and Syracuse over the last month and a half, and the Tigers have the ability to exploit FSU’s achilles heel, which is defending the outside shot. Clemson does lead the conference in three point shots attempted this season.
#0 Clyde Trapp Junior Guard
#15 John Newman, III Sophomore Guard
#13 Tevin Mack Graduate Student Forward
#25 Aamir Simms Junior Forward
#3 Trent Forrest Graduate Student Guard
#23 M.J. Walker Junior Guard
#24 Devin Vassell Sophomore Guard
#1 RaiQuan Gray Redshirt Sophomore Forward
#10 Malik Osborne Redshirt Sophomore Forward