Points Taken

Michael, Matt
February 2011
Syracuse New Times;2/16/2011, Issue 2080, p8
The article focuses on the points taken by the Orange team of the Syracuse University (SU) in the 2011 basketball tournament over the 2010 game. According to SU coach Jim Boeheim said that in 2011 game, they are good in defense but cannot score enough. It says that during the 18-0 start, the team gained 75.5 averaged points per game. Moreover, they lost senior forward Rick Jackson because of the fourth foul with four minutes, 40 seconds left in the game and did not return after nine minutes.


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