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  1. St. John’s is down another big man

    Nov 11, 2014, 8:55 PM EST

    AP

    The St. John’s frontline just got thinner.

  2. 2014-15 Season Preview: Villanova is the heavy favorite in an uncertain Big East

    Nov 10, 2014, 10:42 AM EST

    Getty Images

    The relaunch of the Big East enters Year 2. Villanova is the clear-cut favorite followed by multiple teams that have talent, but also questions to answer.

  3. St. John’s experimented with a five-guard lineup Saturday

    Nov 8, 2014, 7:55 PM EST

    Steve Lavin

    Given their lack of interior depth, St. John’s will have to find other ways in which to attack opponents this season.

  4. St. John’s guards don’t lack confidence as 2014-15 season approaches

    Sep 28, 2014, 5:04 PM EST

    D'Angelo Harrison

    If the Red Storm are to reach the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2001, their guards will have to be as good as they say they are.

  5. Late Night Snacks: Wichita State makes history, Iowa’s defensive setback

    Feb 26, 2014, 2:18 AM EST

    Getty Images

    Game of the day: Wichita State 69, Bradley 49 The No. 2 ranked Shockers had little trouble notching their 30th regular season victory, dispatching Bradley summarily and with ease as Ron Baker led all scorers with 15 points and the team converted 48 percent from long-range. Gregg Marshall’s squad is now the first in men’s…

  6. Xavier frustrates St. John’s in crucial resume game

    Feb 25, 2014, 9:47 PM EST

    Chris Mack

    There hasn’t been a hotter team in Big East play since late January than St. John’s. Steve Lavin’s squad was both clicking on defense (forcing countless steals) and on offense (consistently converting from two-point range), and the team looked like an shoo-in for an NCAA tournament bid. However, it appears the Red Storm has reverted…

  7. St. John’s quest for another quality win falls short at No. 9 Villanova

    Feb 22, 2014, 4:24 PM EST

    sampson

    Having won nine of their last ten games entering Saturday’s contest at No. 9 Villanova, St. John’s has been one of the hotter bubble teams in the country. A win over the Wildcats would further cement St. John’s status as a team charging towards an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament. And given their 0-5…

  8. St. John’s continues late charge towards NCAA tournament berth

    Feb 16, 2014, 9:58 PM EST

    johnnies

    At 0-5 in the Big East the St. John’s Red Storm looked like a team unsure of its individual roles and how they fit within the team concept, and despite their individual talent Steve Lavin’s team didn’t look like a group capable of turning things around. But a switch was flipped, and the Red Storm…

  9. D’angelo Harrison’s heroics vs. No. 12 Creighton keep St. John’s in bubble picture

    Feb 9, 2014, 9:33 PM EST

    Marquette v St John's

    D’angelo Harrison finished with 19 points, scoring the last eight for St. John’s as they outlasted Doug McDermott and No. 12 Creighton at the Garden, 70-65, on Sunday night. McDermott finished with 25 points, but he didn’t score in the final 8:41 as the Johnnies sent two or three guys at him even before he…

  10. Rysheed Jordan’s second half among positives to be taken from Sunday’s defeat

    Dec 15, 2013, 2:58 PM EST

    Chris Obekpa

    While Sunday’s matchup with No. 2 Syracuse was billed as a big game for St. John’s, the Red Storm didn’t show up at Madison Square Garden ready to play in a game of that magnitude. Poor shot selection and play that at times seemed somnambulant resulted in a double-digit deficit, with a Rysheed Jordan basket…

  11. St. John’s “problem solves” in comeback win over Bucknell

    Nov 19, 2013, 11:44 PM EST

    Steve Lavin

    QUEENS, NY — As St. John’s head coach Steve Lavin put it in his opening statement during the postgame press conference: “It was a tale of two halves tonight. Bucknell won the first, St. John’s won the second.” From the Red Storm’s perspective, the first half showed a one-dimensional offense that relied on transition and…

  12. 11 threes, reserve Duje Dukan spark No. 21 Wisconsin to 86-75 win over St. John’s

    Nov 8, 2013, 10:03 PM EST

    UWBadgers.com

    Wisconsin put five players in double figures and shot 11-23 from beyond the arc as they knocked off a talented and athletic St. John’s team, 86-75. Josh Gasser led the way with 19 points, but it was the 16 points from Sam Dekker and 15 points from Ben Brust that really made the difference in…

  13. Assigned reading: St. John’s grew up this summer

    Oct 26, 2013, 5:30 PM EST

    photo courtesy St. John's Sports Information

    It’s always helpful to remember that famous people are human. That goes double for college athletes, who are, after all, college kids. Every time I read a tut-tutting expose about a college basketball player’s off-court indiscretions, one thought runs through my mind: thank god nobody was watching me that closely when I was 19. That’s what…

  14. D’Angelo Harrison leads the way, Chris Obekpa breaks St. John’s single-game blocks record in win over Detroit

    Nov 13, 2012, 5:33 PM EST

    D'Angelo Harrison

    JAMAICA, N.Y.–D’Angelo Harrison began Tuesday’s game against Detroit on the bench, kept out of the starting lineup by coach Steve Lavin for disciplinary reasons. He ended the game as the team’s hero, tallying 22 points and outdueling former McDonald’s All-American Ray McCallum in a 77-74 St. John’s victory at Carnesecca Arena in Queens. “From the…