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Syracuse Daily Links - MCW Named To All-Rookie Team, Buss Patterson Doing Fine

MCW was the lone unanimous First Team selection. Meanwhile, we finally get some answers about Ron Patterson's hospital scare.

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Sixers' Carter-Williams leads 2013-14 All-Rookie Team picks | NBA.com

Carter-Williams was the lone unanimous First Team selection (250 points, 125 First Team votes), while the Orlando Magic's Victor Oladipo narrowly missed a perfect ballot (248 points, 124 First Team votes). Trey Burke of the Utah Jazz (230 points, 108 First Team votes), Mason Plumlee of the Brooklyn Nets (214 points, 95 First Team votes) and the New York Knicks' Tim Hardaway Jr. (204 points, 87 First Team votes) complete the 2013-14 NBA All-Rookie First Team.

Syracuse basketball's Ron Patterson returns to school and practice after brief hospitalization | syracuse.com

"He had a little thing. He's fine," Boeheim said this morning. "He's out of the hospital. He's working out again."

Author Emily Giffin gets assist from Syracuse basketball's Jim Boeheim on latest book | syracuse.com

Said Boeheim: "I enjoyed working with her on it. Something different. It was fun to chime in on different things."

Syracuse football recruiting: CB Davante Davis fielding major offers such as Georgia, Ohio State | syracuse.com

It would be a bit of an understatement to say Booker T. Washington cornerback Davante Davis' recruitment has taken off in the last couple of weeks.

Syracuse lacrosse's Kevin Rice, Brandon Mullins named USILA Second Team All-Americans | syracuse.com

Syracuse's Kevin Rice and Brandon Mullins were named USILA Second Team All-Americans, while Randy Staats was left off the honorable mention list.

Syracuse men’s lacrosse fans: Time to adjust to sport’s competitive landscape | The Juice Online

Syracuse men’s lacrosse fans need to adjust their expectations and definitions of success in an increasingly competitive landscape. The days of 22-straight Final Four appearances and national titles at least once every couple of years are long gone.

Updated recruiting team rankings: Syracuse football 2015 class ranked No. 32 nationally by 247Sports | syracuse.com

Syracuse ranks No. 32 nationally and No. 6 in the ACC, according to the 247Sports composite team rankings, which pulls information from all the major recruiting services. Syracuse finished with the No. 50 class in 2014 by the same metric.

Syracuse basketball recruiting target Moustapha Diagne will end suspense on May 30 | syracuse.com

Moustapha Diagne, the 6-foot-9 big man out of Pope John XXIII High School in Sparta, N.J., will make a decision on his college future May 30.

Chinonso Obokoh: Big Man in a Big New Role : Orange Fizz

Obokoh is going to be a key player for the Orange this year, and will likely play a major part in the team’s success as the first big man off the bench. It is a lot to put on the plate of a 20-year-old who has only been playing basketball for three or four years, but it will be a necessary part of next season’s rotation.