Syracuse Orange Basketball Tickets
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Syracuse Orange Tournament Tickets
The Orange are ready to make another appearance at the March Madness tournament this upcoming year. Vivid Seats will be there too, with plenty of NCAA Final Four tickets. And, if Syracuse plows its way through the competition, Vivid Seats will have college basketball tournament tickets for the Orange as well.
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Fair to Lead Orange in Transition to ACC
A founding member of the Big East, Syracuse was synonymous with the conference since first joining back in 1979, winning 10 regular-season championships and five conference tournament titles in its 30-plus years in the league. In 2013, the Orange will make its debut in another prestigious conference, the ACC. Fortunately for the Orange, it will bring back its leading scorer and rebounder from last season to help ease the transition into its new league. Power forward C.J. Fair posted per-game averages throughout the season of 14.5 points and seven rebounds, and even upped his scoring to 15.4 points per game during the NCAA Tournament, where he led the team to a berth in the Final Four.
Fair will be joined in the frontcourt by returnees Rakeem Christmas, DaJuan Coleman, and Jerami Grant, all of whom have started games in the past. Although the team will lose most of its backcourt rotation, it is unlikely to experience a significant decrease in production thanks to head coach Jim Boeheim’s stellar recruiting class, which includes three potential starters in point guard Tyler Ennis, shooting guard Ron Patterson, and small forward Tyler Roberson.