Syracuse basketball will have a much different look to it this season, and the exhibition games could bring plenty of experimentation by Jim Boeheim. With Tyler Ennis and Jerami Grant now in the NBA, and CJ Fair graduating, the Orange are extremely young. Much of the roster is talented, but unproven. And before SU starts taking on real competition like Michigan in the ACC/Big 10 Challenge, the staff would like to have a decent idea of how the lineup will look.
Syracuse announced exhibition games for early November against Carlton and Adrian, which will be used as opportunities to get used to playing with one another. With new players and first-year starters, there’s a lot to get familiar with. There are plenty of questions heading into this season:
1) Who the starting point guard?
2) Which sophomore will have the biggest impact?
3) How good will Chris McCullough actually be?
Kaleb Joseph is thought to be replacing Ennis, but Michael Gbinije could fight for the sp...