Sterling Gibbs scored 24 points, including 11 straight for Seton Hall early in the second half, and had 10 assists to lead the Pirates past Marquette 80-70 on Wednesday night.
Sterling Gibbs made a 3-pointer with 2.1 seconds left, lifting No. 19 Seton Hall over Creighton 68-67 on Saturday.
Sterling Gibbs knows there’s a long way to go, and that’s why the Seton Hall guard didn’t want to get too excited after his near-flawless performance against No. 15 St. John’s.
The NCAA’s decision to not allow Texas transfer Sterling Gibbs to play immediately for Seton Hall next season clears up a lot of the questions surrounding the Pirates’ point guard situation.
Willard won’t have a point guard nearly as good as Machado or Theodore during the upcoming season at Seton Hall — and the position, which has been such a big part the coach’s success when he’s had good teams, is a virtual unknown.
What does this mean to next year’s team? An awful lot if Gibbs gets a waiver to play immediately.