Then, they walked out of the arena for the last time and went their separate ways-Carmelo Anthony to the NBA, Kueth Duany to minor professional leagues, head coach Jim Boeheim to a bevy of summer charity golf tournaments.
Besides Anthony, Duany and walk-on Tyrone Albright, the rest of the Orangemen are back for the 2003-04 season. And Syracuse brings in four freshmen (forwards Terrence Roberts and Demetris Nichols, center Darryl Watkins and guard Louie McCroskey) for its quest to repeat as national champions.
Here's a look at how these Orangemen break down by position:
The rest of the basketball preview can be found in this month's issue of The Juice.
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