Jimmy Boeheim brings ‘hard-nosed’ style to Syracuse basketball


Jimmy Boeheim should have a prominent role in Syracuse’s frontcourt, and while Syracuse fans shouldn’t expect him to average north of 15 points per game like brother Buddy has each of the past two seasons, Jimmy’s intangibles – hustle on the boards, aggressive D and timely scoring – should shine through when he does get a chance to show them. (The Juice Online)

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Jimmy Boeheim brings ‘hard-nosed’ style to Syracuse basketball


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