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Clemson beat the struggling Wake Forest Demon Deacons last night 60-44. It's not often you get three top plays in one game, AND from only one team. Clemson had the hat trick last night though. The first video below shows Clemson in-bounding the ball from the sideline. Devin Booker comes off a well-set back screen and throws down a huge alley-oop from teammate Rod Hall.
The second video shows two dunks, both of which are from Clemon's K.J. McDaniels. The first is a big dunk in which he draws the foul and gets the and 1. The second is a ridiculous put back slam that earned him the top spot on SportsCenter's top plays. Check them out below and judge for yourself which one is the best.
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CLEMSON - Brad Brownell, Devin Booker and K.J. McDaniels after Tuesday night's 60-44 win over Wake Forest.
HOW THEY DREW IT UP
The Clemson Tigers took on Wake Forest tonight in an ACC college hoops matchup that was pretty uneventful, except for one very spectacular play. Clemson inbounded the ball from the sideline and Devin Booker came off a well set back screen and threw down a perfectly placed alley-oop from teammate Rod Hall. Very Lob City-esque. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
Clemson Tigers forward/center Devin Booker finished an alley-oop from an inbounds pass with a slam dunk during Tuesday night's ACC college basketball game against Wake Forest.
Booker finished with 12 points and 8 rebounds, and Clemson rolled over Wake Forest 60-44.
Video via ESPN.
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Clemson disposed of Wake Forest 60-44 in a game that could be described as the KJ McDaniels highlight show. Make sure to check out the highlights below for a few impressive dunks. McDaniels did it all though, finishing with 14 points, 9 rebounds, and 7 blocks in the Clemson victory. It was the Clemson defense (Wake Forest offensive woes) that were they key as Wake Forest made...
K.J. McDaniels scored 14 points and had career highs with nine rebounds and seven blocks to lead Clemson to its fourth straight win over Wake Forest 60-44 on Tuesday night.
The Tigers (10-6, 2-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) held the Demon Deacons to their lowest point total this season as McDaniels led an aggressive defensive attack that held Wake Forest's two leading scorers...
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