Brownell: "May have been our best"

Brownell: "May have been our best"


Brownell: "May have been our best"


Clemson head coach Brad Brownell thought the Tigers may have played their best game of the year Tuesday night when they defeated Boston College.

“That was a really good basketball game tonight. Both teams executed very well. A lot of times you watch a game on TV and turn it off. But this game

was worth watching. Both teams had kids making plays. I thought our kids played an outstanding first half. We had every one of our guys
contributing. That’s a good team we played. We pressured them as much as we possibly could, and they only had ten turnovers.”

On the level of play required to win the game:

“It takes a lot to win the game like this. We played good basketball tonight. That may be the best we’ve played all year, because that was a
good team, so we had to play well. I thought we approached this game really well.”

On his team’s aggression down the stretch:

“I called a timeout with six minutes left and told our guys to just play to win. If we get an advantage, then try to score. If we don’t, then let’s
get a couple of passes and get a good look. We had a couple of good paint drives at the end of the game.”

Watch Brownell’s press conference on TCITV:



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