Sidy Djitte

Clemson Tigers #50 - Center

  • Born: 04/11/94
  • Age: 27
  • Height: 6'10"
  • Weight: 240
  • Seasons: SR

2017-18 Clemson Basketball Season Recap Series


We’ll be recapping the 2017-18 Clemson Tiger basketball season all week with a series of articles that will touch on several different facets of this team and Clemson’s basketball program. In this...

Earl Grant could work another miracle in Oxford


The head man in the Holy City has already summoned a rebirth. He could do it in Oxford, too.

For Clemson’s Gabe DeVoe, Patience and Hard Work are Paying Off


When picking a college destination, Gabe DeVoe wanted to play in the ACC, but also wanted to stay close to his hometown of Shelby, North Carolina. Only an hour and 40 minutes away, DeVoe crossed...

2017-18 Clemson Basketball Season Preview: Schedule Breakdown


Getting a Sense for Expectations

Hornets will host their fifth NBA draft workout today


Melo Trimble, a few ACC players, and a 7’4 center from France are among the participants

Arizona’s Allen headlines Lakers’ 2nd pre-draft workout group


The Los Angeles Lakers’ summer is moving ahead full steam, continuing to pan through prospects far and wide with one month until the NBA Draft. The top prospects haven’t begun their workouts yet,...

Looking ahead to 2017-18 Clemson Basketball Season


Clemson’s basketball season has come to a salty conclusion. A year that started with lofty expectations ended with an apathetic sigh. STS writer Calvin Craft gave his thoughts on the season, what...

Tigers Fold Down the Stretch in 70-71 Loss at Virginia Tech


The Tigers held a late lead, but the defense failed in crunch time.

Clemson Loses 10th Conference Game, Watches Season Wash Away in Miami


Yet another hard fought, competitive game goes to our opponent

Breaking down the Syracuse - Clemson final play


What happened to allow for the bucket and what the Tigers could have done differently

Clemson drops another home contest as Syracuse escapes at the buzzer, 82-81


Tyus Battle puts the nail in the Tiger’s coffin as his three pointer at the buzzer hands the Tigers their 7th loss in 9 games. 

FSU basketball hosts Clemson

The ‘Noles return home after a 3-game road trip