St. John’s stuns No. 3 Duke, 93-78
The AP reports:
Teams that beat Duke have reason to celebrate. Teams that blow Duke out of the building should be able to party all night.
So, how long will the St. John’s players be allowed to celebrate Sunday’s 93-78 victory over No. 3 Duke—a game that wasn’t as close as the final score indicated?
“Coach Lav said we had two hours to celebrate and then we have to get ready for Rutgers,” senior forward Justin Burrell said, referring to first-year coach Steve Lavin and the Red Storm’s next opponent on Wednesday...
Smith led Duke with 32 points and Kyle Singler added 20. Duke finished 5 of 26 from 3-point range—they missed 21 of the first 22 attempts—and had 17 turnovers.