Kris Joseph injures knee in Boston Celtics' NBA Summer League game | syracuse.com
Joseph hyperextended his knee in the first half of Tuesday's game in the NBA's Summer League in Las Vegas. Joseph did not return to the game. Joseph finished with three points and two rebounds.
Former Syracuse guard Jonny Flynn works out with Cleveland Cavaliers | syracuse.com
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that Jonny Flynn worked out for the Cavs on Monday, and "performed well for General Manager Chris Grant and coach Byron Scott, according to an NBA source."
Wes Johnson scores 24 points for Minnesota Timberwolves in NBA Summer League game | syracuse.com
Johnson, who was the No. 4 pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, went 9-for-17 from the field, but his 24-point effort wasn't enough as the Timberwolves fell to the Charlotte Bobcats 81-78 on Tuesday.
Dion Waiters leads Cleveland Cavaliers to win with 16 points in NBA Summer League | syracuse.com
Waiters scored 16 points to go along with his four rebounds, two assists and two steals in the Cavaliers' win. Waiters, who struggled with his outside in the Cavs' first two games in Las Vegas, still didn't shoot well. He was 5-for-15 from the field. He did make six of his seven free throw attempts.
Boston Celtics beat reporter pleasantly surprised by Kris Joseph's play in NBA Summer League (podcast) | syracuse.com
On Wednesday, Post-Standard reporter Mike Waters spoke with A. Sherrod Blakely, who covers the Celtics for Comcast Sports Net New England, to get his opinion of the two former Orange players.
A previous Fan Fest in review or 1 reason to make your kid an offer he can't refuse | Carolina Orange
Watching the Orangemen practice was a revelation. We didn’t play football in my family as we were basketball players, pure and simple. This was all brand new to both of us as we watched Paul Pasqualoni, George DeLeone, and the rest of the coaches run a disciplined but spirited practice, likely devoid of some of the blue-er banter that was the norm (language sanitized for the protection of younger ears). We say some big hits and great catches. When practice was over we grabbed a drink as the players exited for Manley Field House.
Cohen: Fans should enjoy 1 more year of rivalries, historic matchups before Syracuse's move to ACC - Sports - The Daily Orange
Syracuse will officially enter the Atlantic Coast Conference on July 1, 2013, after agreeing to a $7.5 million buyout that allows SU to depart one year early. It leaves one last go-round in the league that built SU athletics. One final year in the conference that blessed its fans with Georgetown vs. Syracuse. One final season in Boeheim’s tenure as Big East headmaster. The time has come for Orange fans to peer into Onondaga Lake and cherish a reflection filled with John Thompson’s, Jim Calhoun’s and Lou Carnesecca’s.
SoP Q-and-A: @Nunesmagician discusses Greg Paulus, Sherman Douglas, and Syracuse Football - Sippin' On Purple
Over the next few weeks, I plan on doing Q-and-A's with opposing bloggers about Northwestern's football season. The only problem is that the questions I ask are generally different from those normal people ask. Today: Sean Keeley, from Syracuse blog Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician.
Syracuse University Athletics - Road Trip with the Orange to MetLife Stadium
There is an official game day bus trip available which includes a game ticket, a ticket to the Official Syracuse Pregame Tailgate Party and round-trip transportation from Syracuse to MetLife Stadium on Sept. 8th. Information on this trip can be found here.
Syracuse University Athletics - Smith Named Assistant Coach
The Syracuse cross country and track and field program has announced the addition of Adam Smith to its coaching staff. Smith will join the program as an assistant coach for both track and cross country.
Syracuse University football team will learn DE target's college preference on Tuesday afternoon | syracuse.com
Ogundeko is deciding among SU, Florida and Notre Dame. He made his final college visit before his scheduled Tuesday announcement when arrived at SU on Sunday and made his rounds of the campus on Monday. Early indications are he had a great visit at SU.
Syracuse University football's Doug Marrone will attend media day as the dean of Big East coaches | syracuse.com
Fast-forward to 2012 when Marrone will return to the swank Viking Hotel on July 31 as the dean of Big East coaches. That’s right, the dean. With only three years of head coaching experience Marrone will be the longest tenured coach in the conference this season.
Syracuse Basketball: Greatest Long-Range Shooters in Orange History | Bleacher Report
The 1987 Final Four run was built on the sharpshooting of Greg Monroe, and the 1995-96 run was fueled by the three-point prowess of Marius Janulis and Todd Burgan. But who exactly are the best long-range shooters in the program's history? Here's our rundown of Syracuse's all-time greatest deep threats.
Debating the impact of conference changes | College Soccer News
The impact of conference realignment on this upcoming season isn't going to be as significant as it will be perhaps in 2013, when programs like Pittsburgh and Syracuse hop over to the ACC. Major conferences aren't as involved in the movement as they could possibly be further down the road, as it's safe to assume that the merry-go-round continues to shuffle the teams.
Ranking the Big East's Basketball Coaches | AthlonSports.com
At the start of the 2011-12 season, Bob Knight and Mike Krzyzewski were the only coaches with 900 Division I wins. Boeheim should join them early in 2012-13. Like Krzyzewski, Boeheim is winning at as good a rate as he did earlier in his career. Syracuse’s 34 wins last season was a record for Boeheim, topping 31 wins in 1986-87. The Orange’s 17-1 mark in the Big East was also his career best.
On June 30th, 2012, nearly 1,300 SU alumni and fans gathered in New York City for the second Syracuse University Day at Yankee Stadium.