Clemson Pulls Away From Georgia State For Opening N.I.T. Win - WSPA.com

Clemson Pulls Away From Georgia State For Opening N.I.T. Win

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CLEMSON, S.C. - Associated Press

K.J. McDaniels tied his career high with 30 points and had 14 rebounds to lead Clemson to its 10th straight home NIT win with a 78-66 victory over Georgia State on Tuesday night.

The Tigers (21-12) will play either Illinois or Boston U. in the second round, also at home. It was the 29th game McDaniels has hit for double figures, 13 of those with 20 or more. He matched his previous best set in a double-overtime loss at Notre Dame last month.

Georgia State (25-9) came in having won Sun Belt Conference regular-season crown and 22 of its past 24 games. But like other Clemson opponents, the Panthers couldn't ground the high-flying McDaniels.

Georgia State trailed 50-49 on Ryan Harrow's basket with 12:03 left. Then Clemson took off on a 22-10 run to take control.

R.J. Hunter led five Panthers in double figures with 15 points.

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