After a run to the Sweet 16 this year, hype is already building for the Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team next year.
This IS Syracuse after all, though, and a long offseason usually deals at least a surprise or two (Matthew Moyer already announced that he’ll transfer). Tyus Battle is likely to weigh his NBA Draft prospects, and for all we know, Oshae Brissett could consider his options there as well. As always, there are things we think we know about the 2018-19 Orange team. I won’t feel truly comfortable with any of it being set in stone until around October.
We’ll be discussing potential starting lineups tomorrow. But in the meantime, are we all getting ahead of ourselves a little bit for this fall?
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– NBA Draft deadlines, timeline to declare: What’s next for Tyus Battle, Oshae Brissett? (Syracuse.com)
– Syracuse AD John Wildhack talks basketball, Carrier Dome, paying athletes (Syracuse.com)
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– Syracuse basketball forward Matthew Moyer announces decision to transfer (Syracuse.com)