St. John's Takes Down Duke

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St. John's Takes Down Duke


Byline: Associated Press

Dwight Hardy scored 26 points, and St. John's stunned No. 3 Duke 93-78 on Sunday at Madison Square Garden in New York, capping the Red Storm's run of eight straight games against ranked teams with their third win.

It wasn't that St. John's (12-8) beat the Blue Devils (19-2), it was the way it happened.

The Red Storm, which had lost three straight and five of six, took control early and had a 46-25 lead at halftime. Duke, which came into the game shooting 40 percent from 3-point range, missed its first 10 shots from behind the arc and made one of 13 in the half.

The Blue Devils' overall shooting wasn't a whole lot better as they shot 29.6 percent (8 of 27) in the half -- they entered the game shooting 48.1 percent from the field -- and they were careless with the ball as well, committing 11 turnovers, 1 off their season average for a game.

Michigan St. 84, Indiana 83, (OT):

Draymond Green made a go-ahead shot with 29.3 seconds left, and host No. 25 Michigan State (13-8, 5-4 Big Ten) held on for a win over Indiana (11-11, 2-7). Hoosiers guard Jordan Hulls, who got tied up by Spartans center Derrick Nix with 1.2 seconds left, was long on a 3-pointer just before the buzzer. Michigan State avoided its first four-game losing streak in four years.

Kalin Lucas scored 26 points, Green had 19 points and 13 rebounds, and Durrell Summers scored 17 for the Spartans.

Christian Watford scored 21 points and Hulls 17 for the Hoosiers.

Michigan 87, Iowa 73:

Darius Morris had 12 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds for the third triple-double in school history, and host Michigan (13-9, 3-6 Big Ten) pulled away in the second half for a victory over Iowa (8-13, 1-8). …

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