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Syracuse Daily Links - Fab & Kris Off To Maine, Hakim Off To Charlotte

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I don't know which situation is worse. Fab Melo and Kris Joseph being stuck in Maine or Hakim Warrick being stuck with the Charlotte Bobcats.

Nick Laham

Boston Celtics send Kris Joseph, Fab Melo to D-League |
Melo appeared in all eight preseason games for the Celtics and averaged 1.3 rebounds in 5.9 minutes per game. Joseph, a 6’7 forward, made his NBA debut on Nov. 2 against the Milwaukee Bucks and recorded one rebound and one assist in three minutes of action. He had averaged 4.6 points and 1.9 rebounds in 10.8 minutes during the eight preseason games earlier this year.

Former Syracuse basketball star Hakim Warrick traded to NBA's Charlotte Bobcats |
The Charlotte Bobcats acquired former Syracuse standout Hakim Warrick from the New Orleans Hornets for guard Matt Carroll on Tuesday. In 499 games over eight NBA seasons with five teams, the 6-foot-9 Warrick, a forward, has averaged 9.5 points and 4.1 rebounds with a .494 field goal percentage.

Syracuse football guard is philosophical about his college career coming to a close |
"It would be nice to be here for six or seven years and just keep developing and getting better and get all types of degrees for free, but life doesn’t always work that way. I got four years and I got a full degree here. I’m graduating in December, so it’s a lot more than a lot of students can say, coming out of college with loans and all that kind of stuff. But the answer is yes, I would love to be here for another year, but there’s no point in thinking about it."

Syracuse football team holds chilly outdoor practice to prep for Missouri |
The only scholarship player taking it easy in practice was freshman tailback Ashton Broyld, who left last Saturday’s game against Louisville with a lower body injury. Broyld was on the practice field, but he was riding a stationary bicycle and doing various stretches and other exercises with SU director of strength and conditioning Hal Luther.

Syracuse football team will have plenty of receiving options after its one-two punch departs |
It will be a tall order, but the cupboard is far from bare. Sophomore Jarrod West (38 receptions for 528 yards and two TDs, will likely move inside to Lemon’s spot in the slot. Sophomore Jeremiah Kobena (six catches for 146 yards and two TDs) and junior Chris Clark (10 catches for 112 yards and two TDs) have the speed to stretch a defense from the outside. Junior Adrian Flemming had a superb preseason camp until a high ankle sprain sent him to the sideline and should also be in the mix. Redshirt freshman Keenan Hale continues to develop on the scout team.

Syracuse University will test Missouri's home domination |
Missouri has 18 consecutive home wins against non-conference opponents, a run that Syracuse University will attempt to snap when it visits at 7 p.m. on Saturday. The current string began in 2005, with a 52-21 win over Troy, and the Tigers haven't lost at home to a non-league foe since.

Big East Football Power Rankings Week 12 - The UConn Blog
Things got crazy ahead of schedule thanks to the rediscovered parity (read: mediocrity) in the league. Syracuse annihilated Louisville, and as a consequence knocked the Cardinals out of of the top spot, which went to Rutgers which turned itself around with a solid victory over Army.

FizzCast: Syracuse Lax Star Jovi Miller Challenges Warrior Equipment on Race : Orange Fizz
"Because 98% of the lacrosse community is caucasian, they didn’t know it could be offensive. It was one of those things where I just wanted to draw light to it. Obviously I took a firm and bold stance on the subject, but if I didn’t come out and say it the way I said it and present myself in a certain way then it wouldn’t have been taken seriously."

Kenny was in the Dome to see Syracuse trounce Louisville, and he liked what he saw.