Reed, DeVoe thrive in big moments

Reed, DeVoe thrive in big moments


Reed, DeVoe thrive in big moments

For the first time since 1952 and for the first time in the ACC, Clemson recorded its 11th conference victory as it defeated Florida State, 76-63, in Littlejohn Coliseum Wednesday night in Clemson.

The Tigers finished the season 15-1 at home, which is the third best home record in Clemson basketball history.

Guard Marcquise Reed led the Tigers to the victory with 22 points, seven rebounds, and five assists. The junior also hit two shots in the final eight minutes that helped secure Clemson’s victory.

In his final game at Littlejohn Coliseum, senior guard Gabe DeVoe also played a key role in the Tigers’ performance, adding 13 points and five rebounds.

The two key cogs in Clemson’s win reflected on their team’s efforts as well as their successful season.



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