Miami basketball at Clemson: Game 23 information, live stream, odds, TV

Dec 4, 2021; Coral Gables, Florida, USA; Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports
Dec 4, 2021; Coral Gables, Florida, USA; Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports /

The Miami basketball team will seek to break a three-game Saturday road losing streak at Clemson this week. Miami has lost at North Carolina State, Duke and Pittsburgh the last three Saturdays by seven points combined. Miami lost an eight-point lead at Pittsburgh in the last 2:26 of the game losing 68-66.

Miami defeated Virginia Tech 92-83 at home on Tuesday night. The Hurricanes are 12-0 at home this season and 4-4 in true road games. Saturday is a big game in the ACC standings. Clemson leads the ACC with a 10-2 record. Miami is tied with North Carolina State for fourth in the ACC with an 8-4 record.

Miami and North Carolina State split the season series with each winning at home. Clemson was upset 62-54 at Boston College on Tuesday night. That ended a three-game Tigers losing streak. The other Clemson ACC loss was 87-77 at Wake Forest last month prior to the Tigers beginning their three-game win streak.

The Clemson and Miami basketball teams did not play during the 2022 calendar year. Miami won the last meeting 80-75 at the Watsco Center in December 2021. The Hurricanes have traditionally struggled at Clemson with a 3-9 all-time record at Littlejohn Coliseum. Clemson is 12-0 at home this season.

Miami basketball at Clemson

"GAME 23 | FEB. 4, 2023 • 3 P.M. ET • CLEMSON, S.C.#23/21 Miami Hurricanes (17-5, 8-4 ACC)Head Coach: Jim Larrañaga (Providence, 1971)Record at UM: 243-146 (12th season), Career Record: 713-480 (39th season)#20/19 Clemson Tigers (18-5, 10-2 ACC)Head Coach: Brad Brownell (DePauw, 1991)Record at CU: 237-170 (13th season), Career Record: 404-255 (21st season)SERIES HISTORYAll-Time: 15-17 (15-14 since rebirth) | Home: 9-4 | Away: 3-9 | Neutral: 3-4 | Coach L: 9-6 (9-6 at UM) Streak: Won 2 | Last Meeting: 80-75 home win (Dec. 4, 2021) | First Meeting: 98-96 neutral-site loss (Jan. 5, 1956)BROADCAST INFORMATIONESPNU • Play-by-Play: Wes Durham • Color: Dan Bonner | Watch ESPNAM 560 WQAM • Joe Zagacki • Danny Rabinowitz • | Sirius XM 132, 204 & 967Courtesy MiamiHurricanes.Com"

Miami needs to get off to a good start on the road and be able to show it can finish. The Hurricanes fell into a 16-8 hole versus Virginia Tech on Tuesday before rallying late in the second half to clinch the win. Miami led for most of the second half versus Pittsburgh last Saturday before losing.

The Miami at Clemson game features the best defense in the ACC versus the most efficient offense. Miami leads the ACC shooting 48.3 percent from the floor. Clemson tops the ACC holding opponents to 39.5 percent from the floor. It will also match up Miami’s third-best scoring offense versus Clemson’s third-best scoring defense.

Miami basketball at Clemson Fan Duel Game odds

Spread:  Miami +1.5 (-102) Clemson -1.5 (-120)

Total: 147.5 Moneyline: Miami (+106) Clemson (-128)

Miami enters the game on Saturday 13-9 this season versus the point spread. Clemson is 12-11 is ATS. Nine Miami games have gone over this season and 13 for Clemson have eclipsed the total. Miami primarily scored at a lower rate on the road with the exception of the win at Florida State and the loss at North Carolina State.

The spread is tight and this is a game that figures to be decided by one or two possessions. Miami is attempting to avoid its fifth loss in its last six road games. The under is the safer bet. Playing at home, Clemson should be able to control the pace of the game. Expect the total for each team in the high sixties or low seventies.

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Miami has an extremely quick turnaround after playing at Clemson. The Hurricanes are home on Monday night versus Duke. Miami needs a win over the Blue Devils to even the season series. The Hurricanes are competing for a top-four finish in the ACC and a double-bye in the conference tournament next month.