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Clemson Tigers Basketball Season Preview 2022-2023 | The College Basketball Experience (Ep. 172)

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The College Basketball Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming basketball season for the Clemson Tigers. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) breaks down the Clemson roster and highlights what they did in recruiting and the transfer portal this offseason. Can Brad Brownell and the Tigers bounce back from a disappointing season and get back to the NCAA Tournament in 2022-2023?

 

Offseason Changes

OUTGOING

INCOMING

  • 6’0 G Brevin Galloway (Transfer from Boston College & College of Charleston – 9 pts)
  • 6’7 F RJ Godfrey (Ranked #151 from Suwanee, GA)
  • 6’3 G Dillon Hunter (Ranked #158 from Atlanta, GA)
  • 6’9 F Chauncey Wiggins (Ranked #179 from Covington, GA)
  • 6’6 G Chauncey Gibson (Ranked #215 from Dallas, TX)

Projected Roster

Starting 5

1 – 6’0 GR. Brevin Galloway (Transfer from Boston College & College of Charleston – 9 pts)

2 – 6’3 JR. Chase Hunter (7 pts, 35% 3pt)

3 – 6’4 FR. Dillon Hunter

4 – 6’8 GR. Hunter Tyson (10 pts, 6 reb)

5 – 6’10 JR. PJ Hall (16 pts, 6 reb)

Preseason Tournament

Emerald Coast Classic (November 25th & 26th in Niceville, FL)

Open with Iowa. The other semifinal is between TCU & California.

Rest of the Non-Conference Schedule:

November 29th – ACC/BIG Ten Challenge vs Penn St

December 10th – Loyola Chicago (Atlanta, GA)

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