North Carolina vs. Clemson Postgame Notes

The Tar Heels' 15 threes equal the seventh most in a game in UNC history and the fifth most in an ACC game. Carolina made 15 threes after making 11 in its last two games combined. passed , , , and to move into 17th place in North Carolina career scoring with 1,722 points. (

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North Carolina vs. Clemson Postgame Notes

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