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CLEMSON -- Tanner Smith scored 13 points as Clemson rolled to a 68-35 exhibition basketball win over Queens University (N.C.) on Saturday night.

Catalin Baciu added 10 points, seven rebounds and three blocks for the Tigers in their lone exhibition game. Devin Booker, K.J. McDaniels and Andre Young all added nine points apiece.

The Tigers held Queens to 34.9 percent shooting and forced 22 turnovers.

Queens is coached by Clemson alum Wes Long, a former walk-on and manager for the Tigers, while former starting forward Ray Henderson is an assistant.

Clemson will open the regular season at 8 p.m. Friday in Littlejohn Coliseum against Gardner-Webb.

CLEMSON 68, QUEENS 35

Queens (35): Antonio Stabler 8, Brent Evans 4, Nate Blackburn 3, Daniel Bailey 9, Preston Newlin 2, David Mason 2. Trey Ervin 1, Sean Eads 2, Sam Johnson 4.

Clemson (68): Bryan Narcisse 4, Devin Booker 9, T.J. Sapp 4, Tanner Smith 13, Andre Young 9, Rod Hall 7, Catalin Baciu 10, Devin Coleman 1, Bernard Sullivan 2, K.J. McDaniels 9.

Halftime: Clemson 34-17.