D’Angelo Harrison, the third-leading scorer in the Big East Conference, was suspended Friday by St. John’s for the rest of the season.
James Southerland scored 13 points in his first appearance in seven games, C.J. Fair had 17 points and nine rebounds and No. 9 Syracuse beat St. John’s 77-58 on Sunday.
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D’Angelo Harrison broke the 20-point mark for the sixth time in seven games this season, finishing with 26 and St. John’s beat South Carolina 89-65 on Thursday night in the SEC-Big East Challenge.
It’s holiday time in New York, which means pundits from across all media platforms have been compiling their “relevant” lists from the past year. So, in keeping with tradition, here’s my list.
St. John’s star D’Angelo Harrison was in the news for all the wrong reasons during the past few weeks but he responded where it matters most — on the court.
The Red Storm made a late run to beat Detroit 77-74 on Tuesday.
Miami is a major dark horse to compete for an ACC title, and the main reason why is the Hurricanes will finally have a healthy Reggie Johnson.
Promoting Keady would allow Lavin to work hands on with his mentor and also give the former Boilermakers’ coach a chance to get on the floor with the Red Storm’s players.
St. John’s is going to be incredibly young and inexperienced at the beginning of the season, but you won’t want to play this team in February.
D’Angelo Harrison came to St. John’s with the reputation of being a dynamic scorer. Before his college career is over, he could also be viewed as a lethal facilitator.
The most highly sought after assistant coaching position in recent memory is close to being filled.
Sources have confirmed that the budget at St. John’s is done for the next fiscal year and Lavin will have all of the monetary resources he needs to replace Dunlap on his staff with someone of the highest caliber.
“The Johnnies basketball family is ecstatic for Coach Dunlap’s opportunity. Mike’s selection as the Charlotte Bobcats’ head coach is a well-deserved honor,” Red Storm head coach Steve Lavin said in a statement.
A cerebral defender with uncanny timing, the 6-foot-9 big man will do a tremendous job protecting the rim for the Red Storm, who are now positioned to be a legitimate factor in the Big East next season.