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Andrew White III on pace for one of best recent scoring seasons at Syracuse

Let’s play a game: since Hakeem Warrick’s 2004-05 season, no Syracuse Orange player has averaged 20 points per game. Who has come the closest? I’m assuming you took at least a few seconds to make some guesses. Names like Donte’ Greene (17.7 PPG, 07-08), Rakeem Christmas (17.5 PPG, 14-15), Michael Gbinije (17.5, 15-16) or even Jonny Flynn (17.4, 08-09) would all be good guesses. But the correct answer would be Demetris Nichols in 2006-07 with 18.9 PPG.

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