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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

Amateurism For Thee But Not For Me

I’ll take Jim Boeheim’s assertions about how his players don’t merit compensation seriously as soon as he agrees to be paid the average associate professor’s salary and volunteers to coach college hoops for free while teaching a 2/2 of Phys. Ed. classes. And in addition: “I believe they are getting a tremendous opportunity,” Boeheim said [...]

Syracuse Basketball: Predicting Best Orange Dunkers for 2013-14 Season

The Syracuse 2-3 zone has been a hallmark for coach Jim Boeheim and a headache for most coaches who face the Orange. However, aside from just being a suffocating defense, the zone has a wonderful byproduct. Lots of them, in fact. One of the trademarks of the Syracuse zone, due to the length of its players, is the surgical removal of passing lanes. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Predicting Orange's Best Dunkers for 2013-14 Season

The Syracuse 2-3 zone has been a hallmark for coach Jim Boeheim and a headache for most coaches who face the Orange. However, aside from just being a suffocating defense, the zone has a wonderful byproduct. Lots of them, in fact. One of the trademarks of the Syracuse zone, due to the length of its players, is the surgical removal of passing lanes. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Tyler Ennis Is the Key to Orange's 2013-14 Success

The last time Jim Boeheim handed the keys to a freshman point guard—as he will do this year with Tyler Ennis—Syracuse ended up in the NIT. That point guard, Johnny Flynn, was no slouch. He would end up as a lottery pick. The problemShow More Summary

Breaking Down the Pros and Cons of Each NY Knicks Offseason Move

From a palace far, far away, in the upper mountain region of the great state of New York, Syracuse Orange coach Jim Boeheim had some salient, unrequested words for the New York Knicks front office: "Do the Knicks, right now, as they're constituted right now, have a great player with Carmelo? I'm not going to answer that. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: 5 Moments You Shouldn't Mention to an Orange Fan

Being a fan of Syracuse basketball has its perks. Coach Jim Boeheim perennially fields a formidable squad that has won 20-plus games a year in arguably the toughest conference in the history of college basketball: the late Big East. Boeheim’s...Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball's Biggest 2014 Recruiting Priorities

The old clich é in college basketball recruiting is that the top programs don't rebuild, they simply reload. That's exactly what Jim Boeheim will try to do with Syracuse's 2014 recruiting class. This year's team will be without three key contributors from the 2013 Final Four squad: Michael Carter-Williams, Brandon Triche and James Southerland. Show More Summary

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