St. John’s has floundered without Steve Lavin’s leadership on the bench — and it appears the coach isn’t close to returning.
If God’s Gift Achuiwa, the Red Storm’s sole hope for a low post presence can’t stay on the floor for 30 minutes, St. John’s will have a hard time staying competitive on the backboards regardless of their opponent.
After a raucous morning of St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and some thrilling NCAA Tournament action, Boomer and Carton were back in the Allstate Studio to close out the week.
We were all set for a crazy couple of weeks following St. John’s in the NCAA Tournament. Whoops. The Johnnies tapped into their inner Norm Roberts, upended by Gonzaga on Thursday night.
The Big East could have as many as 11 teams tourney-bound come Selection Sunday. Couple that with St. John’s resurgence, and no wonder there’s an extra buzz for this year’s Big East Tournament.
Red Storm head coach Steve Lavin joined Evan Roberts on Friday to talk about St. John’s sudden resurgence in NCAA relevance.
Redshirt sophomore guard Quincy Roberts will leave the St. John’s basketball program and will transfer for the spring semester.
Fans of great offensive basketball won’t be asking for a tape of St. John’s 62-57 victory over Davidson on Monday night in the opening round of the Holiday Festival.
D.J. Kennedy scored 18 points to lead St. John’s to a 79-66 victory over Columbia on Wednesday night, giving coach Steve Lavin his first win with the Red Storm.
Steve Lavin just keeps adding to his first recruiting class at St. John’s.
The news just keeps getting better for first-year St. John’s coach Steve Lavin.
Sir Dominic Pointer, a native of Detroit who plays at Quality Education Academy in Winston-Salem, N.C., signed with the Red Storm on Thursday.
There are 19 Division I schools within a 90-minute trip to Madison Square Garden, the center of all New York hoops, and 10 have a new coach this season.
First-year St. John’s coach Steve Lavin has gotten his recruiting off to a good start with four highly rated signings.
Steve Lavin doesn’t look much different than he did when he left coaching college basketball seven years ago to become a TV analyst.