Syracuse Daily Links - Orange Basketball Recruiting Continues

Syracuse basketball continues recruiting with Boeheim, Hopkins at Olympics | syracuse.com
"We prepared for this," Autry said Monday. "Most of the kids we’re looking at and recruiting have talked to Coach Boeheim. They understand he’s with the Olympic team. They watch the Olympic team’s games and they see him there."

Penn State Open Season: SU’s Marrone Contacts O’Brien About Transfers : Orange Fizz
Players looking to transfer will likely want to rekindle relationships with coaches and programs they already know. Of the 34 players that could possibly leave Penn State, 12 were offered scholarships by Syracuse out of high school.

Syracuse University Athletics - McIntyre Reflects on Camp Week
The Syracuse men's soccer program recently hosted its annual Junior Orange and Residential Boys Soccer Camps from July 8-13 at the Lampe Athletics Complex. SUathletics.com recently caught up with Orange head coach #Ian McIntyre# to get his thoughts on what proved to be an exciting week of soccer.

Robin Lopez deal to New Orleans Hornets has speed bumps
The largest remaining issue is making the trade oblige with rules to get league approval. If the league rejects the trade parameters, Warrick would remain with the Suns and Lopez likely would remain with the Suns for his $4 million qualifying offer. In that case, Lopez would become an unrestricted free agent next summer.

Syracuse University Athletics - Update: Orange in Preseason NFL Camps
NFL training camps are in full swing this week, with all 32 teams beginning their preseason preparations. Six teams that feature former Syracuse football players have already opened up camp in the beginning of this week. The remaining nine teams that have Orange on their roster return to the playing field to prepare for the 2012 season.

Cavs rookie Dion Waiters out of shape at summer league :InsideHoops
The big problem was Waiters showed up at least 10 pounds overweight and out of shape. Smart? Nope.

Digging Into Dion Waiters' Summer League Shooting Numbers - Fear The Sword
Over his three games, Waiters shot 12 of 40 from the field, or 30%. That's...not good. But when I was watching the games, I honestly didn't think he played that poorly. He wasn't good, don't get me wrong. But I didn't think he was quite that bad. So I looked into where his shots were coming from.

Boston Celtics Keyon Dooling Returns On A One Year Deal : Boston Celtics
The Boston Celtics wanted veteran combo guard Keyon Dooling to return. The fact is when rookie Fab Melo asked for his college number 51 which is what Dooling wore last year, the team told him that number was not ready to be handed to someone else just yet showing Boston held out hope that Dooling would return. The fact is Dooling also wanted to return.

Big East Conference Football Media Day: Schedule, Storylines, Player Interview List - SB Nation New York
Entering this season's media day, there are a lot of different storylines media members will focus on and discuss. The biggest story will be the conference's season-long swan song of long-time members Syracuse Orange and Pittsburgh Panthers.

Bud and Brent: Will Syracuse football benefit after Penn State's NCAA sanctions? | syracuse.com
Have the NCAA sanctions against Penn State opened the door for Syracuse and other football teams to possibly pick up Nittany Lion players? Where will the Orange fall in the Big East's preseason football poll? What's your favorite Olympic sport? These and other topics are discussed in this week's edition of The Bud and Brent Show.

After playing professionally in Spain last season, Andy Rautins looks to return to the NBA | syracuse.com
Rautins wound up going to the NBA’s summer league in Orlando with the Oklahoma City Thunder. After spending five days in Oklahoma City for the team’s free agent camp, Rautins went with the team to Orlando and sat on the Thunder’s bench in street clothes. "They knew my situation and still asked me to come down,’’ Rautins said. "It was great being with them and seeing what their culture is like.’’

Worst college football tenures of the last 50 years
6. Greg Robinson, Syracuse (10–37, 2005-08) Robinson’s overall record isn’t as bad as others on this list, but he gets low marks for destroying what was a solid Syracuse program. The Orangemen (as they used to be called) only had one losing season from 1987-2004. Robinson had four losing season in four years, with a high-water mark of 4–8 in 2006.

Video: Pitt, Syracuse fit in ACC - Big East Blog - ESPN
Andrea Adelson discusses where she thinks Pitt and Syracuse can stand out in the ACC in 2013.

As he prepared for Training Camp 2012 with the Indianapolis Colts by training at SU, seven-time Pro Bowler and former Syracuse star Dwight Freeney talked with SUathletics.com about the coming season, his thoughts on Orange football and more.

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