D’Angelo Harrison pull-up 3-pointer off the fast break started a 12-3 run late in the game as St. John’s broke away from DePaul 86-78 on Wednesday night.
D’Angelo Harrison, who became the third Red Storm player to reach 2,000 points in the previous game and was honored before the game, celebrated with 21 points, 10 rebounds and four assists.
Kellen Dunham had 21 points, including a sequence that led to five straight free throws, and seven rebounds to lead Butler over St. John’s 85-62 on Tuesday night.
Sir’Dominic Pointer had 20 points, seven rebounds and five assists to help St. John’s beat Providence 75-66 on Saturday.
Toby Hegner had 21 points, James Milliken nailed a pair of late 3-pointers and Creighton snapped a nine-game skid, beating St. John’s 77-74 on Wednesday night.
Sir’Dominic Pointer scored a pair of consecutive baskets to spark a final rally and D’Angelo Harrison sank a pair of key free throws as St. John’s battled past Marquette 60-57.
Myke Henry scored 19 and grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds to help DePaul overcome an 11-point second-half deficit and beat St. John’s 71-67 in overtime on Sunday.
Rysheed Jordan added 15 points and Sir’Dominic Pointer had scored 14 and grabbed seven rebounds for St. John’s (12-4, 1-3), which shot 51 percent overall and made a season-high 10 3-pointers.
Kellen Dunham scored a season-high 28 points, including a pivotal 3-pointer with just more than 2 minutes left that helped Butler hold off No. 15 St. John’s 73-69 on Saturday.
Coach Steve Lavin said in a statement Friday that Jordan, the second-leading scorer for the 15th-ranked Red Storm, has to deal with “personal and family circumstances” in Philadelphia.
Sir’Dominic Pointer had a career-high 24 points to lead No. 17 St. John’s to an 82-57 rout of Tulane in the first game of the Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival Tripleheader on Sunday.
Chris Obekpa had 16 points, eight rebounds and seven blocked shots to lead No. 17 St. John’s to a 66-49 win over Long Beach State Monday night.
Steve Lavin watched the first half and wondered what went wrong. For 20 minutes, the St. John’s coach saw his veteran-laden team play as if it was full of strangers.
D’Angelo Harrison scored 26 points, Phil Greene IV had 16 and No. 24 St. John’s beat Fairleigh Dickinson 74-52 on Wednesday night.