Pivovar: St. John’s shows signs of how good it can be
After opening league play 0-5, coach Steve Lavin's St. John’s squad bounced back to post Big East wins over Seton Hall and Butler. The Red Storm's last three conference losses have come by a combined six points.
Posted: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 12:00 am
Updated: 8:36 pm, Sun May 18, 2014.
A scary thought for Big East teams heading into the second half of league play is how good St. John’s might be if it could ever get its act together for 40 minutes.
Steve Lavin’s ultra-talented group of athletes can be scary good at times, as they showed in Tuesday’s 63-60 loss to Creighton. The Red Storm trailed by 18 points with just less than 13 minutes to play before rallying to twice tie the game in the final minute and 37 seconds.
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Wednesday, January 29, 2014 12:00 am.
Updated: 8:36 pm.