The opening rounds of the 2014 NBA Draft are tonight at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn, and three former Syracuse players will find out tonight where their pro careers will begin. Guard Tyler Ennis is projected to go in the first round, some even say he could be a lottery pick, while Forward Jerami Grant could go either late in the first or early in the second round. Guard CJ Fair is thought to be a second round choice.
Meanwhile, former Syracuse star Carmelo Anthony reportedly has plans to visit Dallas, Houston and Chicago when the Free Agency period begins on July 1st. Anthony has said he'll take a cut in pay for the chance to play for a team which will contend for the NBA Championship. The Knick can offer up to 33 million dollars more in salary than other teams.
Rain forced postponement of the Cortland Crush game at the Geneva Red Wings last night. The teams will play a doubleheader tonight and will play a single game tomorrow night at Greg's Field (Beaudry Park) starting at 7pm.
The weather also gave all area minor league teams the night off last night. Tonight, the Syracuse Chiefs will take on Scranton/Wilkes Barre in a doubleheader in Syracuse. The Binghamton Mets head to Altoona tonight and Auburn will host Batavia.
Congratulations to former SUNY Cortland Pitcher and Coach Scott Brown and the Vanderbilt Commodores, who beat Virginia 3-2 last night to win their first-ever NCAA Division I Baseball National Championship. Brown serves as Pitching Coach for Vandy.
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