REPORT: Orange great Carmelo Anthony traded to Oklahoma City

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the New York Knicks have traded former Syracuse Orange standout Carmelo Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Full details are expected to be finalized and announced on Monday. New York has agreed to a deal to send Carmelo Anthony to OKC for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott and a draft pick, league sources tell ESPN. —... more

New Syracuse basketball walk-on accused of sex crime

A Syracuse freshman who recently walked on to the Orange basketball team was arrested last Friday and charged with sexual abuse in the first degree. Dominick Parker, 18, was accused of having sexual contact with an 18-year-old female “while she was incapable of giving consent,” according to Syracuse police. The alleged incident occurred at a Stadium Place apartment. Parker, who... more

Syracuse basketball single-game tickets on sale today

Individual game tickets for Syracuse men’s basketball will go on sale to special groups beginning Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 10:00 a.m., and will be made available to the general public starting Thursday, Sept. 28. Season tickets, which remain the best ticket value for fans, are on sale now. There are a limited number of $250 season tickets still available. Group... more

2019 SG Brycen Goodine commits to Syracuse basketball

The Syracuse Orange started off the 2019 recruiting cycle on a pretty positive (and early) note on Wednesday evening. Three-star shooting guard Brycen Goodine has committed to SU, according to his Twitter feed. The 247Sports composite rates him as the top shooting guard in the East region, and the 30th-ranked shooting guard in the 2019 class. He’s ranked 189th overall... more

3-star Buddy Boeheim officially commits to Syracuse

Buddy Boeheim, son of Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim, officially committed to SU, he announced in a tweet Friday. This is all I ever wanted growing up. Thank you to everyone who made this possible. Go Orange 🍊 #Committed https://t.co/AJ2J1P46CJ pic.twitter.com/P8WBA2GF4x — Buddy Boeheim (@Buddy_Boeheim35) September 8, 2017 Boeheim, a 6-foot-5, 170-pound shooting guard ranked three stars by 247sports.com and... more

ACC hoops schedule announced; Syracuse will host UNC, face Duke on the road

The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) announced its men’s basketball schedule and with it the dates for all of Syracuse’s league games in 2017-18. Team pairings and sites were announced previously. The slate includes home-and-home games with Boston College, Pittsburgh, Virginia and Wake Forest. The home portion of the ACC schedule also features Clemson, NC State, North Carolina, Notre Dame, and... more

Taurean Thompson leaving to be closer to his mom; still deciding what to do next

Two days after Syracuse University announced Taurean Thompson had requested a leave of absence from its basketball program, questions remain about his whereabouts and his plans. A person close to Thompson, who asked that his name not be used, said Thompson’s decision to leave Syracuse was based on him wanting to be closer to his mom, Sherese Piper. The Thompsons... more

BREMER: Taurean Thompson Leaves SU, Likely Headed to Seton Hall

Syracuse Basketball suffered a huge blow on Monday, months before the season is set to begin. Syracuse.com’s Donna Ditota reported Monday afternoon that sophomore forward Taurean Thompson withdrew from Syracuse University and likely will not be back. He averaged 9.2 points per game and 3.8 rebounds per game as a freshman lasts season. In a statement, Jim Boeheim noted Thompson’s... more

Syracuse University announces Carrier Dome locker room renovation

Syracuse University announced on Friday that it had completed a renovation of the home locker rooms and the training rooms inside the Carrier Dome. New lockers, furniture, carpeting, a new energy-efficient ventilation system and a raised ceiling were among the improvements made that were aimed at modernizing the locker room, according to the university. Photos provided by the university show... more

Syracuse commit Darius Bazley climbs to #9 on ESPN’s list of best players in the Class of 2018

If he remains there, Bazley will be Syracuse’s highest-ranked recruit in more than a decade, when Donte Greene was ranked No. 7 overall in 2007. In a write-up accompanying the rankings, ESPN’s Paul Biancardi opined that Bazley could ultimately crack the top five. . Syracuse.com: Read More   more

Jim Boeheim on death of Kelly Seubert: ‘It’s the saddest day we’ve ever had’

Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim described Kelly Seubert as the “heart and soul of our basketball program.” Seubert, Boeheim’s administrative assistant for the past 13 years, died on Friday after a battle with cancer. She was 53 years old. “She ran everything here,” Boeheim said Monday. “From the players, to the camps to the coaches and the administrators. She touched... more

Syracuse’s Matthew Moyer wraps up trip to Spain with USA East Coast

USA East Coast, a team made up of current college players including Syracuse’s Matthew Moyer, lost to the Venezuelan National team 70-56 on Friday in Madrid, Spain. Moyer, a 6-foot-8 forward, scored seven points and grabbed five rebounds in the loss to Venezuela. Moyer’s point total seems low, but he tied for the team-high for USA East Coast in the... more

Syracuse guard Frank Howard not with USA East Coast team as it heads to Spain

Syracuse University guard Frank Howard was supposed to be in Spain this week as part of the USA East Coast basketball team’s four-game tour. However, Howard, a 6-foot-5 junior, is not with the team. “We ran into a time-frame issue,” USA East Coast coach Guy Rancourt said via text message. “We couldn’t swing it.” Syracuse.com: Read More more

Boeheim’s Army loses shot at $2 million after falling in semifinals

Two-time defending champion Overseas Elite extended its amazing run in The Basketball Tournament and eliminated Boeheim’s Army from collecting $2 million Tuesday night in Baltimore. Overseas Elite is 18-0 all-time in TBT play. It defeated the Syracuse-based Boeheim’s Army 81-77 and will play Challenge ALS in Thursday’s championship game. Eric Devendorf led Boeheim’s Army with 24 points on 8-of-12 shooting.... more

BREMER: Boeheim’s Army looks to continue its magic vs. Overseas Elite

Overcoming a huge second-half deficit to reach the final four is a familiar sight for Syracuse Basketball fans. Over a year has passed since the underdog Orange knocked off Virginia in the Elite 8 of March Madness. This time, it’s been the former Orange stars who have been making the magic happen. After trailing Team FOE by 25 with just... more

Orange Madness should match Syracuse basketball vs. Boeheim’s Army

Every year, the Syracuse Orange try to reinvent the wheel for Midnight Orange Madness. The annual event to kick off the basketball season has long toyed with random ideas getting fans excited about the upcoming campaign, to varying degrees of success. Dunk contests, Jadakiss, Tone Loc, Snookie from Jersey Shore and even Jim Boeheim in a tank have been rolled... more

Boeheim’s Army stages massive comeback, reaches Final Four in TBT

The road to $2 million for Boeheim’s Army continues to Baltimore. The Syracuse-based The Basketball Tournament team stormed back from a 16-point halftime deficit to defeat Team FOE 72-67 and advance to TBT’s Final Four. Credit James Southerland and his good buddy Brandon Triche for extending the run with clutch second-half shooting. Eric Devendorf sank two free throws in the... more
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