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Syracuse Basketball: 5 Ways Orange Must Improve Before March

A possibility exists that Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim doesn’t know basketball, by his definition. Back in November, Donna Ditota of the Syracuse Post-Standard reported a conversation Boeheim had with a group of reporters. He wasShow More Summary

Bill Self: Jim Boeheim Protégé

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NCAA Basketball Rankings: B/R Experts' Week 15 Poll

This past week, Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said on ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike that college basketball is in the " best place it's ever been" because of the parity in the game. This coming from the coach of the No. 1 team in the country. Boeheim is no fool. Show More Summary

Syracuse-Duke ACC Rivalry Begins with Instant Classic: Orange Win OT Thriller

"We've had a lot of games in here that have been great, but there's never been a game as good as this one," said Jim Boeheim after Syracuse defeated Duke in their first ACC game against each other. Few sporting events actually live up to the hype, but this one delivered and then some. In a way, it played out exactly as expected. Show More Summary

Duke vs. Syracuse: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction

The second-ranked Syracuse Orange (20-0, 7-0 ACC ) face their toughest test of the season Saturday when the No. 17 Duke Blue Devils (17-4, 6-2 ACC ) come to the Carrier Dome to try and spoil Jim Boeheim’s perfect season. There will be plenty of talent on display in this one, as Blue Devils superstar prospect Jabari Parker will take on Syracuse’s C.J. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: How Orange Can Avoid Loss in Trap Game vs. Wake Forest

Jim Boeheim doesn't believe in trap games. He told, per Donna Ditota, there is "no such thing as a trap game for a coach." He said players and coaches realize every game, especially every road game, is difficult. But when...Show More Summary

Syracuse Head Coach Jim Boeheim Caught Picking Nose on Sideline

With the Syracuse Orange taking on the Miami Hurricanes, head coach Jim Boeheim tried to sneakily pick his nose. It didn't work out, as this GIF of Boeheim now exists for the world to see. Watch it above as Boeheim tries to dig for gold with his pinky finger. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Opportunistic Orange Have That Championship Look

Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim guided four of his teams to the Final Four, but never two in the same decade. That may change this year. The No. 2 Orange beat back No. 22 Pittsburgh (16-2, 4-1 ACC ) in a 59-54 dog fight at the Carrier...Show More Summary

Anthony Mason, John Starks Opening Harlem Pizzeria

Fuel! Along with partners Chris Cuomo and Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim, "Page Six" "hears" that the former Knicks teammates have signed on to open the first New York branch of D.C.-based pizza chain Custom Fuel next month at the corner of West 123rd Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Ranking the 5 Best Orange Players from the 1990s

Over the years, the Syracuse basketball team has had a lot of excellent players. In the past 10 years alone, Jim Boeheim has produced NBA lottery picks such as Michael Carter-Williams, Dion Waiters, Wesley Johnson, Jonny Flynn and Carmelo Anthony. But Boeheim was coaching studs long before 'Melo came and helped the Orange cut down the nets in 2003. Show More Summary

Jim Boeheim Downgrades 2014 NBA Draft Class: 'They're Not Transcendent Players'

Legendary Syracuse University coach Jim Boeheim is no stranger to NBA talent. He has coached at Syracuse since 1969 —first as an assistant and then as the head coach —and in that time, he has coached a whopping 35 players who went on to play in the NBA. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Orange's Best Situational Lineups in 2013-14

The Syracuse basketball team is off to an impressive 9-0 start that has it ranked second in the AP Top 25 and third in the USA Today coaches poll. Jim Boeheim again has the luxury of going eight, nine or even 10 deep into his bench. With versatile forwards like C.J. Show More Summary

Why Dion Waiters Must Be Moved by Cleveland Cavaliers

Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim knew before everyone else did. In his two seasons under the legendary coach, Dion Waiters came off the bench. The sixth man role certainly isn't suited for everyone, but Waiters thrived in it. He was so...Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Orange's Offensive Outburst Tantalizing Sign Moving Forward

Of all the question marks surrounding Jim Boeheim's young Syracuse team heading into the 2013-14 season, defense was never really one of them. Even though the Orange have been somewhat inconsistent on that side of the ball —50.8 effective...Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: How 2013-14 Orange Will Fit Jim Boeheim's 2-3 Zone

When Syracuse starts its season November 8, against Cornell, an old friend who never seems to age will be present. This friend has been seen at Syracuse games since the late ‘70s and was finally validated in 2003, according to the local...Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Biggest Challenges for Jim Boeheim in 2013-14

Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim went through ACC Media Day on October 16, as the new darling of the ACC press, at least until Rick Pitino gets there next season. Two day later, Boeheim went back home to the Carmelo K. Anthony Basketball...Show More Summary

Syracuse Midnight Madness 2013: Jim Boeheim Enters Preseason Event in Taxi

Only Syracuse fans would rather see Jim Boeheim than Justin Timberlake. The head coach of the Orange made a grand entrance to the school's Midnight Madness. Through a haze of smoke and Timberlake 's "Take Back the Night," Boeheim stepped out of a yellow taxi and onto the floor of the Carrier Dome. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Jim Boeheim's Insight During Media Day

October 16 was ACC media day in Charlotte, N.C., which had been preluded and followed by a bevy of coach and player interviews. Dubbed “Operation Basketball,” the media was abuzz with the release of the selections for the conferenceShow More Summary

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