Gamecocks In Brooklyn A behind the scenes look at south carolina's trip to new york city

Take an inside look at South Carolina's trip to New York City for the Brooklyn Hoops Holiday Invitational at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

After a thrilling upset over No. 25/24 Michigan on Wednesday, Nov. 23, in Columbia, the Gamecocks took a late evening flight to New York City. Carolina prepared to face No. 18/16 Syracuse at the Barclays Center on Nov. 26.

Carolina has played at the Barclays Center three times during head coach Frank Martin's five seasons in Columbia. On each trip, the Gamecocks stay in the heart of Brooklyn and walk to Saint Francis College, just blocks way from the hotel, for practice.

The Saint Francis Terriers gym in the heart of Brooklyn.

Thanksgiving meal in New York City with our Gamecock family.

Views from the Brooklyn Bridge into Lower Manhattan.

The Gamecocks watched the New York Knicks post a 113-111 victory over the Charlotte Hornets on Friday evening at Madison Square Garden. Carolina will play in the Garden on Dec. 12 when it faces Seton Hall in the Under Armour Reunion event.

Saturday. Game day. Carolina takes to the Barclays Center court for warm-ups prior to the matchup vs. the Orange. The game would mark Carolina's second-straight contest versus a ranked opponent.

Lineups, jump ball, and game on!

South Carolina's defense held the Orange to just 50 points and 31.8 percent from the floor in the game. Syracuse entered Saturday's matchup averaging 86.2 points per game, while shooting 52.4 percent from the floor.

South Carolina celebrates its second-straight win over a ranked opponent after the 64-50 upset of the No. 18/16 Orange.

The Gamecocks pose after the game with the Brooklyn Hoops Holiday Invitational title trophy. Senior guard Sindarius Thornwell was named the Invite MVP and would go on to win SEC Player of the Week accolades the following Monday for his outstanding play. South Carolina is now 3-0 all-time under Frank Martin at the Barclays Center.


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