Reese, who played at Syracuse from 2009 to 2012, will be working at a basketball camp in Kuwait this summer. Reese will be in Kuwait City for three weeks in June. After a month-long break, Reese will return for an 18-week stretch beginning in August.
I do not have any plans this summer other then to get better at my craft. NBA summer league is up in the air right now. It all depends on how the season ends for me. My ultimate goal is to play in the NBA, but playing in Europe a few years to prepare myself may be beneficial to me. It also allows me to make good money vs. playing in the D-League and hoping for a call up.
Coach Jim Boeheim has proven the past two seasons that he’s unafraid to play an untested point guard. As he did with Michael Carter-Williams two seasons ago and Tyler Ennis this past season, Boeheim could again put the ball in the hands of a player with little point guard experience in his system. Gbinije, a 6-foot-7 junior, filled in at times for Ennis, although he’s more of a combo guard than a point. Joseph, a true freshman, will be a part of the guard rotation that includes shooting guard Trevor Cooney. Don’t be surprised if Joseph ends up like Ennis in the starting lineup early.
Carter appeared in one game last season for the Jaguars after spending his first two years with the Indianapolis Colts.
"Sometimes the stars are just in alignment, and Seabiscuit wins, and Bryant beats Syracuse," said Bryant President Ron Machtley, calling it a storybook win. "They've given everybody confidence that although we're a relatively unknown and small school, we don't worry about stepping onto a playing field with schools that think that they have a superior ability to win. We can win, and Mike proved it last night."
That game will be remembered because expectations were appropriately high. What may not be remembered is that in what was once a lost season, Desko’s steadiness salvaged expectations and allowed them to soar.
Syracuse averaged 3,859 last year, just one person per game off national leader Navy. This year, the Orange drew 4,140 per game to the Carrier Dome, nearly a thousand fans more than runner-up Ohio State.
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"All the seniors got up and spoke," said Syracuse head coach John Desko said. "They talked about how much they'd give to be practicing this week. They encouraged the players not to take anything for granted. Really, it's like a death in the family. You wished you'd said things that you didn't or that you worked a little harder. That was the message. Don't take anything for granted."