Posted: 7:07 p.m. Tuesday, July 16, 2013
By Sean Keeley
Center Arinze Onuaku had another impressive performance for the Phoenix Suns in their 91-89 comeback victory against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Onuaku scored four points on perfect shooting from the field (1-1) and the free throw line (2-2), while recording six rebounds and two blocked shots. In two games, Onuaku is averaging 8.5 rebounds and 5.5 points per game.
As the Orange look to add more pieces to their 2014 roster, here is a look at five recruits who should be at the top of their list.
"They were going to pay for everything. They wanted me to come play. It was a chance for me and I took it," Jardine said. "All you need is one team to fall in love with you. I don't know my chances of making the team. But I know that a lot of guys are sitting home right now with no summer league. I have a chance. And that's all you can ask for, especially for me, who hasn't had a chance to play in a real game since the Elite Eight."
The Carrier Dome received a ranking of four stars -- five is the highest in each category -- for Food & Beverage, Neighborhood and Return Investment. But it struggled mightily in the fans department -- two stars.
To get an idea of how Pitt and Syracuse could do in Year 1 in the ACC, forget the quarterback uncertainty gripping both schools and instead focus on defense.
"I expected to play better, but you know, things happen," Coleman said. "I'm coming back, working my butt off now, so once the season starts I don't have no setbacks and I can step in, get my starting spot back and stay in the game."
The offer came on Monday just one day after SU head coach Jim Boeheim and assistant Mike Hopkins had spent most of the previous weekend watching Richardson play for Philadelphia-based Team Final in the Peach Jam in South Carolina.
"I like how Terrel has been throwing. I like how he's been doing, how he has been going. Terrel Hunt, he is a finesse type of dude back there."
Syracuse pledge Tyler Roberson is taking summer classes at Roselle (N.J.) Catholic and is expected to be eligible this coming season. "Tyler’s working hard to finish his summer courses and then he’ll be up at Syracuse," RC coach Dave Boff told SNY.tv Tuesday.
Rollins men’s lacrosse has added Tim Desko as Assistant Coach and Offensive Coordinator, announced Head Coach R.J. Rossi on Monday. "Tim’s lacrosse pedigree brings a new dynamic to Rollins," said Rossi. "He was a terrific player, won championships and showed incredible determination, coming back from a major knee injury."