Lydon Goes a Mile High in the First Round of NBA Draft


Louisville v Syracuse

New York - Former-Syracuse standout Tyler Lydon is heading to where Melo got his start.

Lydon was picked up by the Denver Nuggets as the 24th Overall Pick in the NBA Draft last night.  Over the next 4-years Lydon could make $7.66 million; with nearly $2.9 million guaranteed over the first two years. 

Andrew White went undrafted last night. He worked out with several teams in the lead up to the draft so he may still be called to play with some teams in summer league. White led the Orange last season as a grad-transfer with 18 and a half points per game and broke the school record for most 3-pointers in a season, hitting 112.


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