Lawrence Moten is well-remembered by many who watched Syracuse Orange basketball as well as Big East Conference basketball in the early to mid-1990s.
Even across the nation, it was hard not to know the name Moten after he amounted at least 500 points in all of his four collegiate seasons at Syracuse University.
But Moten is more than simply Syracuse's all-time leading scorer (2,334 career points). He is a teacher of the game and a student of what his family and Orange head coach Jim Boeheim have taught him.
As he embarks on the next chapter of his life, Moten is reaching out to "CuseNation" in an effort to thank those that supported him, with events coming up at Stout in New York City on Saturday, June 15th, followed by an appearance at the Binghamton Mets game on Saturday, June 22nd, and for the Syracuse Chiefs on Wednesday, June 26th.
Here to share memories from his time at Syracuse, thoughts on his upcoming jersey retirement, and his take on the Orange moving to the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and the talent that suits up in orange and blue along with so much more is Lawrence Moten: