Jerami Grant Goes Down to Injury

As we’ve covered before, former Syracuse Orange forward Jerami Grant has been putting together a better-than-expected rookie campaign with the abysmal Philadelphia 76ers, but because back injuries are apparently all the rage for this year’s junior class (here’s looking at you, Trevor Cooney), Grant was sidelined last night with a lower back injury. Grant, who […]
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February 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Syracuse Silver Linings: Jerami Grant Declares but Franklin Howard Commits

Follow The Fizz on Twitter for the latest SU basketball news On the same day Jerami Grant decided to forgo his junior season at Syracuse for the NBA draft, Franklin Howard announced his pledge to the Orange. Howard joins Malachi Richardson and Tyler Lydon in the 2015 class. But let’s start with the bad news. Grant’s decision is not so much surprising as it is disheartening...
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April 15, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Syracuse's Jerami Grant spins, dunks on WMU

Western Michigan’s offense is having all kinds of trouble with Syracuse’s 2-3 zone right now. Its defense is having all kinds of trouble with Orange forward Jerami Grant. Much of SU’s double-digit first half lead can be attributed to Grant’s play on both ends of the floor – it included one very pretty dunk on a vicious spin move.  HIGHLIGHT: A @Cuse spin move and slam...
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March 20, 2014  |  Discuss

A Critical Piece of the Puzzle: Syracuse Needs a Healthy Jerami Grant

Rant Sports To say Syracuse struggled without Jerami Grant on the floor would be an understatement. The forward was been plagued by lower back problems down the stretch, and his discomfort led to a few shaky games by the Orange. After a strong showing against Duke in which he played 34 minutes and added 17 points, Grant played only 26 minutes in the Orange’s next three games. Grant...
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March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Under Pressure: Jerami Grant’s Outside Game Can Improve to Help Syracuse

Follow The Fizz on Twitter for the latest SU basketball news via Getty Images The shot went up from the left wing. At first glance, it had a decent arc, not bad rotation. Jerami Grant must have dialed it up from 15 feet away thousands of time this season in practice and in games for Syracuse. But in that tiny Cathedral of college basketball, the rock fluttered just past rim....
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February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Vine: Jerami Grant Hits A Wild Over-The-Head Circus Shot To Open Scoring Against Clemson

Syracuse’s Jerami Grant is usually good for a SportsCenter Top-10 worthy highlight or two per game, but they’re usually big dunks or blocks on the defensive end. In today’s game against Clemson, Grant used a little more finesse—and sheer luck—to open scoring for Syracuse. Grant and frontcourt-mate CJ Fair lead the way for Syracuse so far in today’s ACC match-up with...
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February 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Syracuse’s Jerami Grant Posts Instagram Photo Of His Dunk, Writes “Thank You For Flying Air Orange”

Syracuse sophomore forward Jerami Grant is projected as a first-round pick in next year’s NBA draft largely because of his freakish athleticism. Never was it more on display than last night during the Orange’s come-from-behind victory on the road against Boston College. Grant threw down an incredible dunk off of a rebound late in the contest that silenced the Eagles faithful...
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January 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Jerami Grant lifts Syracuse Basketball over UNC, 57-45

Follow The Fizz on Twitter for the latest SU basketball news via New Observer In what was a highly anticipated game throughout college basketball, Syracuse edged UNC 57-45 on Saturday afternoon. Syracuse is now 16-0 and Jerami Grant had the biggest role in that. The sophomore continues to expertly fill in for DaJuan Coleman, who is working his way back from injury. Grant posted...
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January 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Syracuse’s Jerami Grant Threw Down A Ridiculous Dunk Against St. John’s

Syracuse and St. John’s are squaring off Sunday as non-conference foes for the first time since the inception of the Big East. But while league affiliations have changed, so far, it’s been the same old story for the Orange. Syracuse leads by 12 at the half, mostly due to stellar play for freshman point guard Tyler Ennis. It’s sophomore Jerami Grant, however, who had the most...
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December 15, 2013  |  Discuss

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