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No. 15 North Carolina holds off No. 20 Clemson 87-79
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) Cameron Johnson never let himself fret about the outside shot that had seemingly abandoned him in his brief North Carolina career. It's a big reason why the 15th-ranked Tar Heels still have their unblemished all-time home record against Clemson.
The Pittsburgh graduate transfer broke loose for a season-high 21 points, helping UNC hold off the 20th-ranked Tigers 87-79 on Tuesday night to improve to 59-0 at home in the series.
Johnson's outside shooting was one of the biggest reasons he was considered such a key offseason addition for the reigning national champions, but he had made just 31 percent of his 3s since his debut Dec. 20 against Wofford. He made 7 of 10 shots and 6 of 9 3s against the Tigers - and the Tar Heels (15-4, 4-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) sure needed them all.MORE
|Atlantic Coast Standings|
|15 North Carolina||4-2||15-4|
|North Carolina State||3-3||13-6|
|25 Miami (FL)||2-3||13-4|
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