GREENVILLE, SC - Clemson used a 16-1 spurt in the opening half to pull away in a 72-55 road victory over Furman on Friday.
The Tigers improved to 2-0 in what was Clemson's 29th consecutive win in the series over the Paladins. It was Clemson's first game ever played in Timmons Arena, which opened in 1998.
Furman fell to 1-2 with the loss.
Devin Booker led the Tigers with 15 points, despite playing only 23 minutes due to first-half foul trouble.
K.J. McDaniels added 11 and went 7-of-8 from the free throw line. In all, nine players scored for the Tigers. Damarcus Harrison scored eight of his 10 points in the second half.
Clemson's starting point guard Rod Hall recorded nine points and six assists, with no turnovers in 28 minutes.