Syracuse Basketball: Orange's 5 Best Single-Game Performances in Past Decade

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Syracuse Basketball: Orange's 5 Best Single-Game Performances in Past Decade
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The Syracuse basketball team has been on one of its most successful runs of late.

The team wouldn't have been able to have so much success without the accomplishments of some great players. Jim Boeheim has been on a roll lately with players such as Jonny Flynn, Dion Waiters, Wes Johnson, Michael Carter-Williams and Tyler Ennis turning into high NBA draft picks.

Other players such as Brandon Triche, Kris Joseph, Scoop Jardine and Andy Rautins didn't find success in the NBA, but they had stellar careers in Syracuse nonetheless.

Let's celebrate some of these players, and take a look back at the five best single-game performances of the past 10 years. Sorry, Carmelo, you're ineligible for this list since it dates only to the 2003-04 season.

We'll start with some honorable mentions, then rank the performances based on statistical output, how much of an effect the performance had on the game and how meaningful the game itself was.

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