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Notre Dame's Ben Hansbrough was the lone unanimous selection to the All-Big East team on Sunday.
One sign that you've made it in New York City is being recognized by the man in the street. Steve Lavin might soon need a disguise.
Teams that beat Duke have reason to celebrate. Teams that blow Duke out of the building should be able to party all night. So, how long will the St. John's players be allowed to celebrate Sunday's 93-78 victory over No. 3 Duke — a game that wasn't as close as the final score indicated?
Hollis Thompson responded to his benching with 15 points and six rebounds, and No. 21 Georgetown brought its Jersey success home to a snowbound nation's capital Wednesday night with a 77-52 win over St. John's.
Justin Brownlee scored 15 points, including the game-changing basket with 10 seconds to play, and St. John's won its fifth straight, 61-58 over No. 13 Georgetown on Monday night at Madison Square Garden.