TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Florida State men’s basketball wrapped up the 2020 portion of their schedule Tuesday night on the road for a matchup with ACC foe Clemson at Littlejohn Coliseum.
Both teams come in 1-0 in conference play, and Tigers head coach Brad Brownell has earned some much deserved praise from Florida State head coach Leonard Hamilton.
For the Noles to come out of Clemson with a win, they’ll need to continue playing unselfish basketball. It’s a mindset Hamilton has credited much of his team’s early success to so far this season.
“The reason why we’ve had some measure of success is because guys feel like that’s who we are, and that’s part of why we’ve been able to compete," said Hamilton. "Maybe at the level we’ve been able to compete at because they think that playing to each other, creating for each other gives us a unique culture. That’s the uniqueness of our club. Our kids have bought into playing with that unselfish spirit.”