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Pitt baskeball gameday: at Clemson, Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018

Jerry DiPaola
| Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, 10:30 p.m.
Pitt's Terrell Brown fights for a loose ball with Syracuse's Oshae Brissett in the second half Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018, at Petersen Events Center.
Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
Pitt's Terrell Brown fights for a loose ball with Syracuse's Oshae Brissett in the second half Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018, at Petersen Events Center.

Time, site: 7 p.m., Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson, S.C.

TV/radio: AT&T SportsNet/KDKA-FM

Line: Clemson by 19

Breakdown: Pitt freshman center Terrell Brown scored a season-high 14 points and had three blocked shots last Saturday in a 96-65 loss at North Carolina. ... Clemson won 10 in a row earlier this season, but followed that streak by losing three of its next five. ... Clemson's current three-game winning streak includes an 82-78 victory against North Carolina. ... Clemson junior guard Marcquise Reed, a transfer from Robert Morris, is 10th in the ACC in scoring (15.9), fourth in free-throw shooting (85.6 percent) and tied for second in steals (1.9).

Pitt (8-16, 0-11)


G/F Jared Wilson-Frame...6-5...Jr....13.0...3.7

G Parker Stewart ...6-5...Fr....8.2...3.0

G Marcus Carr...6-1...Fr....11.0...2.8

C Terrell Brown...6-10...Fr....3.7...2.9

G Khameron Davis...6-4...Fr....4.7...3.0

Clemson (19-4, 8-3)


F Elijah Thomas...6-9...Jr. ...10.3...7.3

F Aamir Simms...6-7...Fr....3.1...2.7

G Gabe Devoe...6-3...Sr....13.0...4.6

G Marcquise Reed...6-3...Jr....15.9...4.8

G Shelton Mitchell...6-3...Jr....12.0...2.8

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