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Tyler Lydon sits out second half of 105-57 victory over Eastern Michigan with strained right Achilles

first_img Published on December 19, 2016 at 8:17 pm Contact Matt: m[email protected] | @matt_schneidman Syracuse sophomore Tyler Lydon strained his right Achilles tendon late in the first half, Syracuse announced at halftime. The sophomore came down on his right foot after skying for a rebound and limped off the court, before hobbling to the locker room with head trainer Brad Pike.Lydon was hesitant to put pressure on his right foot as he headed into the tunnel and didn’t come out for second-half warmups with the team. Lydon’s 12 first-half points led the team, one game after he registered a career-high 29 against Georgetown on Saturday.The sophomore forward also chipped in six rebounds, four assists, one block and one steal in 16 first-half minutes while hitting both of his 3-pointers and both of his free throws.Lydon limped out of the tunnel as the second half began with ice wrapped around his right foot area. He had on a navy blue T-shirt and warmup pants as he sat in between Mike Hopkins and Gerry McNamara on the bench.As the second half started, it was announced on the ESPNU broadcast that Lydon was being held out for the rest of the game as precaution and that if the game was closer (Syracuse led 52-24 at the half), he’d be available.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I don’t know,” SU head coach Jim Boeheim said when asked about Lydon’s availability for Wednesday’s game against St. John’s. “We’ll see.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Former Syracuse point guard Dennis DuVal to have uniform retired Saturday

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Former Syracuse point guard Dennis “Sweet D” DuVal will be honored at halftime of Syracuse’s game with Notre Dame on Saturday, with his uniform being retired. DuVal’s No. 22 uniform will be the 15th retired by the Orange, joining the likes of Pearl Washington, Sherman Douglas and Carmelo Anthony, among others.DuVal, a member of the SU all-century team, played for Syracuse from 1971-74, starting in all 81 games he played at SU. At the end of his career with the Orange, DuVal had scored 1504 points, putting him 2nd on Syracuse’s all-time scoring list when he graduated, trailing only Dave Bing. Currently, DuVal ranks 21st.After being named a third-team All-American his senior year at SU, DuVal was drafted in the second round by the NBA’s Washington Bullets. Following two NBA seasons, he joined the Syracuse Police Department as an officer. He became a deputy police chief in 1990 before eventually rising to chief in 2001. DuVal retired in 2004 after 26 years with the SPD.Syracuse and Notre Dame tipoff at 3:15 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 6 in the Carrier Dome. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on January 5, 2018 at 8:55 pm Contact Andrew: [email protected] | @A_E_Grahamlast_img read more

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