Found April 06, 2013 on Orange Fizz:
Michigan Daily Jim Boeheim’s 2-3 zone has prevented great guards from scoring in this tournament. Orange Nation worried Cal’s Allen Crabbe, Indiana’s Victor Oladipo, and Marquette’s Vander Blue would be able to bust the zone and find ways to score. Instead, SU’s defense has been historically good and shut down all of the elite scorers its faced en route to Atlanta. Follow The Fizz on Twitter for in-game updates from Atlanta tonight with D.A. courtside The next task for the Orange tonight is AP National Player of the Year Trey Burke of Michigan. Burke is the biggest offensive concern for Syracuse as best point guard in the nation. He can shoot from deep, drive to the basket, and is an all-around quick and physical player with a penchant for coming up big in crunch time. Syracuse’s 2-3 will attempt to stop Burke, but he has other options. Freshman Nik Stauskas has been great for the Wolverines, and classmate Mitch McGary has played his best basketball of his career. Indiana was simi...
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