Focused Michael Carter-Williams is rising above off-court adversity and playing a leading role for the Syracuse Orange.
The 7-foot center who made Syracuse an imposing team last season and now dons the famed uniform of the Boston Celtics hoping to leave his mark on the NBA.
Nearly three months after winning the National Championship, Kentucky broke an NBA Draft record with six players selected.
The Cavs envision Waiters as a perimeter scorer and backcourt running mate for point guard Kyrie Irving, last year’s No. 1 overall pick.
The Bobcats sent a major buzz throughout the basketball universe last week by hiring St. John’s assistant Mike Dunlap as their head coach — and don’t be surprised if they make a splash of equal proportions on draft night.
Terrence Jones looked like a sure-fire top five pick after the first few games of his freshman season at Kentucky. Not any more.
Let’s face it, Anthony Davis is the obvious No. 1. But who should go next?
The entire basketball world seems to be bullish on Waiters. Agents, general managers and college coaches are all raving about the combo guard.
No player could have a more perplexing night on their hands on June 28th than Iowa State’s Royce White.
Talk about a big winner. In addition to landing the top overall selection that will wind up being Kentucky big man Anthony Davis, the Hornets also have the tenth overall pick.
C.J. Fair broke out of a scoring slump with 15 points and top-seeded Syracuse held on for a 64-63 victory over fourth-seeded Wisconsin on Thursday night in the East Regional semifinals.
Jon Rothstein breaks down Thursday’s Sweet 16 games and makes predictions for the four matchups.
Syracuse had a lot bigger problems than missing its starting center. The Orange were staring at NCAA tournament history. A No. 1 seed has never lost to a No. 16 seed, and they were trailing North Carolina-Asheville with just over 6 minutes to play.
Sean Kilpatrick keyed Cincinnati’s early 3-point barrage and scored 18 points as the Bearcats held on for a 71-68 victory over No. 2 Syracuse on Friday night in the semifinals of the Big East tournament.
Dion Waiters had 18 points and James Southerland scored all 10 of his points in the final 8 minutes to lead No. 2 Syracuse to a 58-55 victory over Connecticut on Thursday in the quarterfinals of the Big East tournament.
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