In this week’s That Thing You Missed, Fab Melo gives new meaning to the term “banging your head against the wall,” a passionate Cowboys fan gets up in “arms” over missing the playoffs and the […]
Jim Boeheim has always had terrific size and length for his 2-3 zone, but this specific team should take those attributes to a different level.
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.
A talented defender and shot blocker, Melo was the second big man chosen by Boston. They also had the 21st pick, which they used to take Ohio State forward Jared Sullinger.
Syracuse center Fab Melo is entering the NBA draft after a breakout season in which he twice got held out because of eligibility issues.
Scoop Jardine’s 16 points helped lead the #1 seed Syracuse defeat the Kansas State Wildcats, 75-59. The Orange advance onto Sweet Sixteen.
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.
There will be a different look to Syracuse’s famed 2-3 zone when the Orange take the court Thursday against North Carolina-Asheville in the second round of the East Regional of the NCAA tournament.
All of a sudden, the Orange have a completely different look heading into the NCAA Tournament.
Syracuse sophomore center Fab Melo has been ruled ineligible for the NCAA tournament, and multiple sources say that he will declare for the NBA Draft after the season.
A year ago, Jeff Withey was a little used reserve that barely played. Now? He might be the biggest key for the Jayhawks.
C.J. Fair scored 13 points and No. 2 Syracuse scored the final six points of the game to beat No. 19 Louisville 52-51 on Monday night, snapping a seven-game losing streak against the Cardinals.
The return of Orange center Fab Melo ensures that Madison Square Garden will be a pro-Syracuse crowd, like usual.
If UConn doesn’t start winning, they’ll officially overtake UCLA this season as college basketball’s biggest disappointment.
As Syracuse prepares for its NCAA tournament opener against Missouri Valley Conference-champion Indiana State on Friday, coach Jim Boeheim is counting on his two freshman centers.