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Notebook: Shooting Woes Continue

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – As the two teams went to intermission with the score tied at 37 apiece, it was widely believed that the outside shooting for the Clemson basketball team couldn't get much worse over the final 20 minutes. Oops.

The Tigers were a woeful 4-of-16 from 3-point range in the first half, but still had a respectable overall shooting percentage of 45.5. But that was the high point of the game as things got drastically worse. In the second half at Wake Forest Wednesday night, Clemson made its first nine shots from 2-point range, but at the same time had missed its first four attempts from beyond the arc. The...

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