Exactly one month later, St. John’s stumbled to a 0-5 mark to open Big East play; the Red Storm extended its winning splash to five games with a wire-to-wire victory by 82-60 against Georgetown on Sunday night in front of a fired-up mass of 10,340 at the Garden.
After getting victory in eight games from the nine, St. John’s (17-9, 7-6) is a half-game out of third in the Big East. If the St. John’s can’t yet taste the NCAA competition, they surely can smell it.
According to NYDAILYNEWS, Sir’Dominic Pointer said: “We’re in a nice little groove right now. If we keep winning, let the cards fall where they may,” adding that, “If we keep winning, it’s in our hands. We have a good enough schedule and our RPI will be good enough if we keep winning.”
The duo of freshman point guard Rysheed Jordan and junior D’Angelo Harrison carried the Storm to the first victory either has had alongside the Hoyas (15-10, 6-7). Jordan starred at the start by scoring the game’s first seven points and nine in a 15-0 run over the first 5:44 as the St. John’s shot 68% in the first half and led 46-28 at the break. In the second half, Harrison apparently answered Georgetown every instance it endangered to make it a challenge, three times scoring the points that bring back St. John’s lead to double digits.
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The NBA season is already about a month old, which means that several trends are starting to form in fantasy basketball. While many first round picks such as Lebron James, Kevin Durant, Kevin Love and James Harden are all performing as expected, a few guys have crashed the party early on. Here is a look at three big surprise players, and if they can keep things up.
Every place Martin has played, he has been able to score. People forgot that a little bit last season when he was in Oklahoma City, but now he is getting more shots and making them. The situation in Minnesota is perfect for him, as he gets to play for his old coach Rick Adelman, not to mention an unselfish superstar (Love) and a super unselfish point guard (Ricky Rubio). Some think he can sustain 23-24 points per game for the entire fantasy basketball season, but if he stays healthy, he can hover around the top 15 in the NBA.
Ellis has always had the reputation of being an inefficient scorer, but that thought seems to be changing early on in Dallas. A change in scenery no longer makes him the #1 scoring option, which means he can be smarter with the basketball. Playing off one of the most consistent fantasy basketball stars of all time in Dirk Nowitzki certainly helps quite a bit. This could be Ellis 2.0, and a guy who is going to fill it up all season long.
Out of the three listed, Turner is the least likely to keep things up. For starters, the Philadelphia 76ers collectively are playing over their heads right now. There is also a very good chance that Turner is traded, and the team that trades for him probably will not ask him to do as much on offense. Right now he is in the top 10 in fantasy basketball rankings, but he should fall a bit as the season progresses.
Maxim Lapierre will have an in-person disciplinary hearing with the NHL in New York on Friday at Noon et after his hit from behind on San Jose Sharks defenceman Dan Boyle.
The in-person hearing means that Lapierre could be suspended for five games or longer as per the league’s Collective Bargaining Agreement.
In the meantime, the latest update on Boyle’s condition remains positive.
According to CSNBayArea.com, Boyle’s agent George Bazos said he’s spoken to the defenceman several times and that he feels great.
Bazos told CSNBayArea that Boyle is not experiencing any headaches as a result of the hit on Tuesday.
Boyle left the Sharks’ 6-2 win with a head injury after Lapierre’s hit from behind.
Lapierre was ejected from the game.
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