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Topic - D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera
Georgetown returns to action on Monday night at Florida State in the second round of the NIT.
Dreams of a deep Big East tournament run were dashed with Georgetown's first loss to DePaul since January 1994.
Georgetown's leading scorer Markel Starks became the latest Hoya selected first-team All-Big East. Sophomore D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera received second-team honors.
Georgetown's bid to make the NCAA tournament took another hit on Saturday, and the Hoyas now will likely need a deep run in the Big East tournament to have any chance qualify.
D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera scored 20 points, but Georgetown's defense couldn't stop Seton Hall as the Hoyas fell 82-67.
St. John's scored the game's first 15 points and ended Georgetown's recent dominance in the series with an 82-60 win over the Hoyas on Sunday night.
For a while, Georgetown couldn't stop Bryce Cotton. He scored 19 of his 21 Providence points over the final seven minutes of the first half.
Georgetown dominated the final 10 minutes and won its fourth straight with an 81-73 victory over Providence despite Friars senior Bryce Cotton's 31 points.
About midway through the first half of Georgetown's game against Butler on Saturday, the Hoyas were playing like the team that had lost five consecutive games a couple weeks ago.
For one half of Georgetown's 71-59 win Monday over DePaul, it looked like the Hoyas would squander any boost from their upset win Saturday over No. 9 Michigan State.
Georgetown forward Nate Lubick goes hard on the glass, but often loses aggressiveness with the ball in his hand on offense. Not so in the Hoyas upset over Michigan State.
Georgetown's defense limited Creighton All-American Doug McDermott, but the Hoyas own limited offense couldn't keep up with the rest of the Bluejays
Georgetown's scoring comes from two point-producing guards with minimal help elsewhere. This is not a revelation, but a reality for coach John Thompson III.
Seconds away from a much-needed victory, Georgetown let a late slip away in regulation. Marquette then opened overtime with a 7-0 en route to an 80-72 win over the Hoyas.
Georgetown first taste of the retooled Big East conference comes on New Year's Eve against DePaul.
"Just trying to make home run plays instead of being simple, playing how we usually play," said guard D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera on the Hoyas numerous miscues. "We just forced a lot of things that we shouldn't have and they came up with steals, got a lot of transition baskets."
"We forced a lot of things we shouldn't have," Smith-Rivera said. "They were being aggressive defensively and that caused turnovers and caused us to force certain things we shouldn't have."