Syracuse Basketball Odds
Syracuse basketball isn’t the dominant force it was in the ’80s and ’90s, although Jim Boeheim is still the coach, games still take place at the Carrier Dome, and the team made the Sweet 16 in the 2021 NCAA Tournament.
Even though New York online sportsbooks can’t yet take bets on in-state NCAA basketball teams, Syracuse is a local favorite for those willing to hop across the state line and bet on the Orange online in New Jersey.
Despite the trip, the Orange still draw a lot of betting action from New Yorkers at NJ online sportsbooks throughout the NCAA regular season and March Madness. Here are the latest Syracuse game lines, NCAA tournament odds and more.
Tonight’s Syracuse basketball odds
Check today’s Syracuse basketball point spread at New Jersey online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to get started.
Syracuse Orange National Championship odds
Check the latest Syracuse basketball futures odds, including odds on the Orange to win the ACC, make the Final Four or win the NCAA tournament.
How to bet on Syracuse Orange basketball games in NJ
Want to bet on Orange games online? Head across the state line to New Jersey and get started with these three simple steps:
- Register for an account at an online sportsbook. Go to the sportsbook’s website. From there, either download and install the sportsbook app to register or just do it right from the homepage. You’ll need to supply some personal information like your name and the last four digits of your Social Security number. Plus, you can grab hold of any new player bonuses by entering the sportsbook promo/bonus code during the registration process.
- Deposit money to bet using any available deposit method. These will usually include debit and credit cards, online banking, payment processing services like PayPal, and cash at certain retail outlets and affiliated New Jersey casinos.
- Browse through the Syracuse betting lines until you find one you like. Click on it and fill out the bet slip to place your bet.
Syracuse basketball betting lines explained
|Syracuse||+3.5 (-110)||+132||Over 139.5 (-110)|
|Duke||-3.5 (-110)||-154||Under 139.5 (-110)|
The spread is that first number with the odds in parentheses. This line means Duke has to win by four points or more to cover, but the Orange can win outright, or lose by three points or fewer to cover the spread. According to these odds, both bets pay $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 that you wager.
The second number is the moneyline. This is the line for betting on either team to win the game outright, with no spread. Moneyline bets on the Orange (underdog) pay $132, plus your bet back, for every $100 that you wager. Moneyline bets on the favored Blue Devils pay $100, plus your bet back, for every $154 that you bet.
Finally, the third number is the total line, with the odds in parentheses. This is the line for the total combined score by both teams. You bet whether it’ll be over or under 139.5. According to these odds, both bets pay $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 that you wager.
Syracuse basketball props and live betting
You can now go way beyond standard NCAA basketball betting with live betting and props at NJ online sportsbooks. Props let you wager on player and team stats and other game situations, while live betting makes that and more available during Syracuse basketball games at odds that change depending on what’s happening on the court.
How can I watch Syracuse basketball in NY?
Syracuse basketball may air on a variety of channels depending on the game:
- ACC/ACCRSN/ACCNX: ACC Network/ACC Regional Sports Network/ACC Extra
- Fox: Nationally televised
- ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU: Nationally televised and ACC Tournament
- CBS: NCAA Tournament
- TNT: NCAA Tournament
Syracuse players in the NBA
Syracuse has sent dozens of players to the NBA. Here are five former Orange players currently on NBA rosters, along with when they were drafted and their current team:
- Carmelo Anthony, F (2003) Lakers
- Oshae Brissett, PF (2019) Pacers
- Michael Carter-Williams, PG (2013) Magic
- Jerami Grant, F (2014) Pistons
- Elijah Hughes, SF (2020) Jazz
Orange coaching staff
Here is the 2021-22 Syracuse Orange coaching staff:
- Head coach: Jim Boeheim, 46th year
- Assistant coach: Adrian Autry, 13th year
- Assistant coach: Gerry McNamara, 13th year
- Assistant coach: Allen Griffin, fifth year
Syracuse Orange home games
- Name: Carrier Dome
- Address: 900 Irving Ave., Syracuse, New York
- Owner and operator: Syracuse University
- Basketball capacity: 33,000
- Record attendance: 35,642 (Feb. 23, 2019)
- Groundbreaking: Nov. 11, 1978
- Opening date: Sep. 20, 1980
- Construction cost: $25.63 million
- Other events: Syracuse Orange football, concerts
Best basketball bars near the Syracuse campus
Here is a top spot to watch Syracuse basketball:
- 802 S. Crouse Ave., Syracuse
Honorable mention also goes to the following:
- 900 block of Irving Avenue
- Across from the Carrier Dome
A hot dog cart across from the Carrier Dome that’s been a piece of Syracuse history for decades.
Syracuse basketball all-time leaders
Here are the Syracuse Orange career leaders in a couple of key categories:
- Points: Lawrence Moten, 2,334 (1991-95)
- Rebounds: Derrick Coleman, 1,537 (1986-1990)
- Assists: Sherman Douglas, 960 (1985-89)
- Points (single game): Bill Smith, 47 vs. Lafayette (1970-71 season)
Syracuse Orange FAQ
Syracuse basketball tickets at the Carrier Dome averaged $57 each for the 2021-22 season.
Syracuse has one NCAA Tournament Championship, having claimed the title in 2003. The Orange were also NCAA Tournament runners-up in 1987 and 1996 and have made the Final Four a total of six times.
The Syracuse Orange have retired the jersey numbers of 15 players:
- Rony Seikaly, No. 4
- Vic Hanson, No. 8
- Carmelo Anthony, No. 15
- Billy Gabor, No. 17
- Wilmeth Sidat-Singh, No. 19
- Sherman Douglas, No. 20
- Lawrence Moten, No. 21
- Dave Bing, No. 22
- Dennis DuVal, No. 22
- Billy Owens, No. 30
- Pearl Washington, No. 31
- Derrick Coleman, No. 44
- John Wallace, No. 44
- Roosevelt Bouie, No. 50
- Louis Orr, No. 55
Otto the Orange is the Syracuse Orange basketball mascot. Otto is an anthropomorphized representative of orange as the color and the fruit.