Excluding the 2012 draft, is Jim Boeheim salty because so many of his players taken in the 1st round - Warrick, Greene, Flynn, Wes Johnson - have all been busts?
Carmelo Anthony isn't to blame for the New York Knicks' postseason failures. Everyone else is. Or so says Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim. 'Melo's former mentor wasn't happy with the way New York's playoff run ended. More specifically, he was irate at the general populous for putting the onus Anthony when really, it wasn't his fault. Show More Summary
The Syracuse Orange are fresh off a Final Four appearance and are looking for another in the 2013-14 season—and this roster will help. Jim Boeheim lost another five players at the end of last season, including sophomore point guard Michael Carter-Williams, who could be a lottery pick (h/t Matt McClusky of SB Nation). Show More Summary
It's time for the changing of the guard. After just one season at the helm, Orange point guard Michael Carter-Williams is taking his considerable, but raw, talents to the NBA. Jim Boeheim won't be holding tryouts to replace MCW. As soon as Tyler Ennis arrives on campus, he'll be handed the keys to the Orange offense. Show More Summary
The day will come when Jim Boeheim retires from his position as Syracuse head basketball coach. No, seriously. When will that day come? Your guess is as good as mine. I do know that day won't come in the next year. Boeheim will lead the Orange into the ACC next season. Show More Summary
After Syracuse lost to Michigan Saturday night, Jim Boeheim snapped at CBSSports.com's Gregg Doyel in the post-game press conference and, well, the exchange was interesting. For what it's worth, Doyel admitted the question of whether or not Boeheim was returning next year didn't need to be asked first. Show More Summary
It’s an understatement to call legendary Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim a grumpy old man, especially when it comes to press conferences. He once refused to answer questions from famed ESPN reporter Andy Katz, humorously calling Andy an idiot. He has also given some funny retort on gun control, made it a point to rip NBA [...]
Watch a member of our armed forces steal the show from Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim.
Fear not Syracuse fans, for your Orange will be dancing again next season. After a disheartening 61-56 loss to the Michigan Wolverines, Jim Boeheim and his team are left to pick up the pieces of what was a successful tournament run undone by Mitch McGary and Tim Hardaway Jr. Show More Summary
Jim Boeheim's quest for national title No. 2 met its demise Saturday against Michigan on a night when three-pointers wouldn't fall and star point guard Michael Carter-Williams came up small. Syracuse entered intermission trailing by 11 points and saw its late comeback bid come up empty in a 61-56 loss to the Wolverines. Show More Summary
Whenever Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim does decide to retire, one thing he's probably not going to miss is getting into verbal clashes with reporters at press conferences. Boeheim, who called ESPN's Andy Katz an "idiot" and a "disloyal person" after Syracuse's loss to Connecticut on Feb. Show More Summary
Nothing out of the ordinary for a Boeheim press conference.
A wire-to-wire (foul-fest, timeout-filled, commercial-break heavy) battle ended in Jim Boeheim making a number of very Jim Boeheim faces and a relatively easy call for the refs: Jordan Morgan taking a charge from Brandon Triche with 20 seconds left, which, in hindsight, finished off Syracuse. Show More Summary
See how the Syracuse coach watched the Louisville-Wichita State game.
Jim Boeheim is 68 years old, but he reiterated in Jim Rome’s interview with the Final Four coaches that he isn’t going to retire as Syracuse coach, whether the Orange lose tonight to Michigan or advance to Monday’s championship game. … Continue reading ?
Syracuse is two wins away from securing Jim Boeheim's second national championship. The Orange lost seven of their final 12 regular-season games, and few thought this team would last long in the NCAA tourney. Syracuse rebounded to reach...Show More Summary
When Michigan faces Syracuse in the Final Four on Saturday, it will feature two coaches—John Beilein and Jim Boeheim—who share some history. Beilein spent nine seasons at Division II Le Moyne College from 1983-92. Of course, Le Moyne...Show More Summary
Trey Burke and the Michigan Wolverine have an incredible challenge in the 2013 Final Four versus the Syracuse Orange. With a defense that has allowed an average of 45.75 points for the NCAA Tournament, coach Jim Boeheim's squad definitely possesses the capability to slow Michigan down. Show More Summary
Jim Boeheim is happy. It seems to be a rare occasion this year, but the stalwart Syracuse Orange head coach was all smiles after his squad defeated Marquette, 55-39, to advance the Final Four in Atlanta. This will be Boeheim’s fourth trip to the Final Four as Syracuse head coach and fifth overall (he was an assistant on the 1975 Final Four team). Show More Summary
Syracuse is back in the Final Four for the first time since Carmelo Anthony led it to the 2003 national title. The intervening decade has seen plenty of talent come through Jim Boeheim’s program, but the Orange haven’t been able to get over the postseason hump and into the national semifinals. Show More Summary