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Syracuse coach Mike Hopkins on USA Basketball experience: 'I get to be that fly on the wall'
A USA Basketball workout had officially ended Tuesday afternoon at the Brooklyn Nets practice facility.
Syracuse Basketball: What Each Projected Starter Brings to the Table in 2014-15
It's easy to write off the Syracuse basketball team after it lost three starters and three of its top four scorers.
Analyzing the potential impact of Syracuse basketball's 2015 recruits
So when Jeff Borzello of CBSSports.com decided to look at the top 20 rated committed players from that class and examine their potential impact on the college level, Syracuse got mentioned quite a bit.
Syracuse's Tyler Roberson, B.J. Johnson begin Europe trip with USA East Coast team
Syracuse University sophomores Tyler Roberson and B.J. Johnson will join their new teammates with the USA East Coast All-Stars today in New York City for two days of practice before embarking on a trip to Estonia.
Syracuse Basketball: 1 Reason Each Orange Starter Will Be a Success in 2014-15
The Syracuse basketball season needs to get here already. Is anyone else dying to see what Kaleb Joseph and Chris McCullough can do in an Orange uniform? The lineup will look much different than it did last year, and there could be several new faces in next year's starting lineup.
Is Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim right in saying the 2015 class will be his best ever?
Syracuse currently has verbal commitments from four players in the 2015 class. They are Malachi Richardson, a 6-5 guard from Trenton, N.J.; Moustapha Diagne, a 6-9 forward from Sparta, N.J.; Frank Howard, a 6-6 guard from Fairfax, Va.; and Tyler Lydon, a 6-9 forward from Pine Plains, N.Y. All four are consensus Top 100 prospects.