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Video: Scoop Jardine, Kris Joseph, And Other Former Syracuse Players Play In NYC Charity Pick-Up Game

Sports for Education and Economic Development, or SEED, has had a major impact on Syracuse basketball. The organization educates and trains Senegalese children in basketball, and one of its most famous alumni, Baye Moussa Keita, was a major four year contributor for Jim Boeheim’s Orange, and a key cog in the 2013 Final Four team. Keita, along with a number of his former teammates...
Via College Spun
June 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Tourney News & Notes

According to the Syracuse paper, the Orange is under investigation and has been for some time. It’s probably not what you think, at least not in part: it’s tied to an alleged 2007 case in which then-players Jonny Flynn, Scoop Jardine and Rick Jackson were accused of sexual assault and then, subsequently, some level of harassment. Details are always hard to come by in these cases...
Via Juiced Sports Blog
March 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Jim Boeheim Hails Otto Porter As Best Big East Small Forward Ever, Scoop Jardine Disagrees On Twitter

We have a Scoop Jardine sighting! SU’s floor general for last year’s Orange squad tweeted out his displeasure with his former coach’s statement on Georgetown’s Otto Porter being the best small forward in Big East history. Porter is certainly a stud, but Jardine might have a point here. Carmelo Anthony did win Syracuse a title in his first and only season with the Orange...
Via College Spun
March 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Syracuse holds Orange Madness

A familiar face kicked off the 2012-13 Syracuse basketball season when former point guard Scoop Jardine, who helped lead the Orange to 34 wins and the Elite Eight a year ago, co-hosted the team's Orange Madness event. The men's and women's teams started their seasons with the event held Friday night in the Carrier Dome. The night featured player introductions, scrimmages...
Via AP on Fox
October 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Scoop Jardine to the Charlotte Bobcats? Michael Jordans Daughter?

Sources stated by Philly.com writer John Mitchell says Philadelphia native Antonio “Scoop” Jardine, will be joining the Charlotte Bobcats Training Camp.  Scoop Jardine, had impressed many during the pre-draft workouts. In an unfortunate situation he fell awkwardly and broke his foot just 3 days before the draft. So wondering how Scoop Jardine got into the Bobcats training camp...
Via Philly Sports Live
August 01, 2012  |  Discuss

A Healthy Scoop is Exactly What Jardine Needs

Scoop Jardine was injured days before the 2012 NBA Draft, all-but guaranteeing his fate as an undrafted prospect. Now, as he continues to heal, the former Syracuse point guard is ready to take another shot.
Via syracuse.scout.com
July 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Scoop Jardine Goes Undrafted With Broken Foot

Syracuse point guard, and Philadelphia native Scoop Jardine was not selected in Thursday’s NBA Draft. Jardine, who suffered a broken foot last week, will likely get a chance at the NBA through a free agent contract and an invitation to training camp (But will likely miss the summer league). Jardine underwent surgery in Los Angeles Tusday, to repair the broken bone, which has an...
Via Philly Sports Live
June 29, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 NBA Draft: Will Scoop Jardine Get Drafted with a Broken Foot?

After months of working out for NBA teams and making impressions on scouts, former Syracuse guard, Scoop Jardine’s dreams of becoming a professional basketball player took a serious hit this past weekend. Scoop Jardine broke his right foot while working out in Los Angeles, and will have surgery Tuesday. The recovery time will force the Philadelphia native to miss the NBA’s Summer...
Via Philly Sports Live
June 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Spurs took a look at Syracuse's Scoop

The 2011-12 San Antonio Spurs' season ended in one huge disappointing implosion versus the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Finals. Now the Spurs will be focusing on retooling the team and adding players to help the team make yet another march to a fifth NBA title next season and it begins with the upcoming NBA Draft and player workouts. Last month, the Spurs...
Via Project Spurs
June 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Syracuse’s Michelle Tumolo is a Breakout Star, Rips Northwestern & Women’s Lax

There’s a certain beauty to college athletics, and it’s not because Syracuse lacrosse star Michelle Tumolo is easy on the eyes. It’s because since athletes aren’t paid, they also can’t be fined for what they say. Which allows us a window into the minds of these players, either by Twitter or in the locker room. Kris Joseph and Scoop Jardine refused to acknowledge the terrible...
Via Orange Fizz
June 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Syracuse should be strong again despite departures

Despite a tough 77-70 loss to Ohio State on Saturday night that deprived Syracuse of its fifth Final Four berth, the Orange had an impressive season in spite of off-court problems that began with the firing of assistant coach Bernie Fine in November amid allegations of sexual abuse. Syracuse had a ranking of either first or second since January and was unbeaten in the Carrier Dome...
Via AP on Fox
March 26, 2012  |  Discuss

For Scoop Jardine, a difficult end to a career at Syracuse

In what ended up being the final game of his Syracuse career, Scoop Jardine did not play for much of the final four minutes. The move forced coach Jim Boeheim to explain himself in the postgame press conference. “Dion Waiters has been our best offensive player this year. Brandon Triche had two threes in a row,” he explained. “He hasn’t played in the last seven, eight, ten...
Via Philly Sports Live
March 25, 2012  |  Discuss
FAREWELL, MY FRIENDS

Video: Jardine gets emotional over Cuse exit

Syracuse point guard Scoop Jardine broke down when talking to reporters after Saturday's 77-70 loss to Ohio State in the NCAA Tournaments East Regional Finals.  Jardine told the media that he "thinks we (Syracuse) the best team in the country, for real!"  Scoop was reduced to tears when he was interviewed by SNY which is a local New York sports TV station.  In...
Via Beer Mug Sports
March 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Syracuse story has unhappy ending

The assistant coach's son stood in the shadows, waiting in the tunnel for his favorite player. His father held him. The boy in the Syracuse t-shirt was crying. Their team had lost, 77-70 to Ohio State in the Elite Eight, leaving them one game short of Syracuse's first Final Four since 2003. But at this moment -- as the 11-year-old son of assistant coach Mike Hopkins waited...
Via Fox Sports
March 25, 2012  |  Discuss

CN.com TV: Jardine, Joseph Reflect on Careers

Syracuse's seniors Kris Joseph and Scoop Jardine did it all for the Orange over the last few years, but it came to a tough end on Saturday night. They spoke with CuseNation.com after the game...
Via syracuse.scout.com
March 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Audio: Boeheim, Seniors Reflect on Season

Syracuse's season came to an abrupt end on Saturday with a loss against Ohio State in the Elite 8, but it also signified the end for two historic Syracuse players - Scoop Jardine and Kris Joseph.
Via syracuse.scout.com
March 24, 2012  |  Discuss

CuseNation TV: Jardine Reflects on Sweet 16 W

Scoop Jardine and the rest of the Syracuse offense was aggressive all night on Thursday, helping the Orange advance to the Elite 8. But the defense proved to be most key, and the senior reflected on the critical moments after the win over Wisconsin.
Via syracuse.scout.com
March 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Syracuse keeps proving doubters wrong

When the buzzer finally sounded, when Wisconsin's threes finally stopped raining through the hoop, when that last Wisconsin three-point attempt clanged off the rim and Syracuse won a 64-63 heart-stopper, freshman guard Michael Carter-Williams sprinted to center court and embraced senior point guard Scoop Jardine. The seconds passed, and the two held on to each other: Carter...
Via Fox Sports
March 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Wednesday Audio: Seniors Talk Wisconsin

Syracuse is heading into its third NCAA Tourney game on Thursday, and the seniors on the squad are as calm as ever despite facing a tough Wisconsin team. Listen in to what Scoop Jardine and Kris Joseph told the media on Wednesday...
Via syracuse.scout.com
March 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Scoop Brings Crying Syracuse Fan Birthday Present

A few weeks ago I posted the video about the Scoop Fan that was sad to see him graduate. Well yesterday was little Shanes birthday, and guess who gave him his first present…Scoop Jardine from Syracuse University. Scoop’s biggest little fan had the chance to meet Scoop! We know he will be routing him on in the NCAA Tournament as we are to!       Watch the Video Below:
Via Philly Sports Live
March 19, 2012  |  Discuss

March Madness: Saturday’s Games 3/17/12

Finally chalk prevails! If you went chalk for Saturday’s games on your bracket than you were undefeated for the day! East Region #1 Syracuse 75, #8 Kansas St. 59 – FINAL                                                           Top-seeded Orange looked great, pulling away to a 75-59 victory over eighth-seeded Kansas State...
Via CLNS Radio
March 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Syracuse Basketball: SU takes care of K-State and head to Sweet Sixteen

As much as SU was out of sync on Thursday in their first game of the Big Dance was top seed Syracuse (33-2 ~ 17-1 in the Big East) in gear from the get go against No. 8 Kansas State (22-11 ~ 10-8 in the Big 12), as they dominated for most of the game on both sides of the ball and ended up with a 16 points win, 75 to 59, while alumn Vice President Joe Biden watched from the stands...
Via isportsweb.com
March 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Syracuse finds some redemption in win

If you're looking for a half of basketball that perfectly demonstrates the resilience of the Syracuse Orange during this wild, unpredictable season, pay close attention to the final 20 minutes of their 75-59 victory over Kansas State on Saturday. Throughout the first half, Syracuse more closely resembled the one-seed that barely squeaked by a 16-seed two days before than the...
Via Fox Sports
March 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Syracuse surges past Kansas State

Scoop Jardine had 16 points and eight assists to lead top-seeded Syracuse to a 75-59 victory over eighth-seeded Kansas State on Saturday in the third round of the East Regional. James Southerland added 15 points for the Orange (33-2), who didn't wait until the final minutes to seal the win as they did in the second round against 16th-seeded North Carolina-Asheville. Syracuse...
Via AP on Fox
March 17, 2012  |  Discuss

No. 2 Syracuse 75, Kansas St. 59

Scoop Jardine had 16 points and eight assists to lead top-seeded Syracuse to a 75-59 victory over eighth-seeded Kansas State on Saturday in the third round of the East Regional. James Southerland added 15 points for the Orange (33-2), who didn't wait until the final minutes to seal the win as they did in the second round against 16th-seeded North Carolina-Asheville. Syracuse...
Via AP on Fox
March 17, 2012  |  Discuss
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