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Syracuse Daily Links - Kris Joseph Is A Maine Red Claw

The Red Claws are the Celtics' D-League affiliate, but since Boston waived him, the Celtics no longer own his rights.

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Kris Joseph is headed back to Maine to re-join the Celtics' D-League team |

Joseph was rumored to be headed to France to play professionally, but apparently never made that trip. He signed a D-League contract this week and Maine acquired him. The Red Claws are the Celtics' D-League affiliate, but since Boston waived him, the Celtics no longer own his rights.

Syracuse University Athletics - Carter-Williams A Cousy Award Finalist

Sophomore Michael Carter-Williams is one of 12 finalists announced for the 2013 Bob Cousy Collegiate Point Guard of the Year Award, according to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The annual honor, named for Hall of Famer and former Boston Celtic Bob Cousy, recognizes the top point guards in men's college basketball. An original list of 80 candidates was trimmed down by a nationally based committee to the below watch list of 12 student-athletes.

Syracuse University Athletics - Hall Featured In Syracuse Woman Magazine

Syracuse women's basketball's Elashier Hall is featured in the "Syracuse Women Inspire" section of this month's issue of Syracuse Woman Magazine.

Syracuse men's lacrosse schedule breakdown |

The Syracuse men's lacrosse team opens the season in a little more than a week. Another year full of high-profile competition in the Orange's last season in the Big East Conference, SU again opens the year with three consecutive home games before hitting the road.

Poliquin: The 'Bud & Brent Show' is on the air |

Sure, sure, sure. We may have faces meant for radio, but that doesn't mean we don't have something to say about the sports scene here in Central New York. So today, direct from the Ale 'n' Angus Pub on Harrison Street in downtown Syracuse, we'll dish.

Syracuse football receivers coach Rob Moore a poster child for the two-star recruit |

"Syracuse has traditionally been a university that’s had to develop its players," he said. "We know coming into this thing that we’ve got to develop our guys. Once they get developed, they can compete with anybody. I think people lose sight of that a lot of times."

2013 recruiting class rankings: Boys | Club Soccer News | Youth Soccer News

Syracuse soccer recruiting class ranked 18th by Top Drawer Soccer.

Millbrook High School Wide Receiver, Corey Cooper signs his letter of intent to play football at Syracuse University on National Signing Day.