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Doug McDermott had been thinking about playing in Madison Square Garden since it was announced last March that Creighton would be joining the Big East.
Doug McDermott's shooting struggles didn't stop his Creighton teammates from getting him the ball with the game on the line.
Creighton's first season in the Big East just might end up being the best in the program's nearly 100-year history.
St. John's dared Doug McDermott to beat the Red Storm. He did.
St. John's coach Steve Lavin knew it would be impossible to totally shut down Doug McDermott. He figured if his defense could limit McDermott's teammates, the Red Storm would have a chance to steal a win on No. 20 Creighton's home court.
Coming off a heartbreaking loss to Marquette, Georgetown next faces a Creighton squad that just set the Big East record with 21 3-pointers. In one game.
Devin Brooks was at the top of the key when he spotted Doug McDermott alone under the basket. Brooks looked right, then switched the ball to his left hand and let loose a perfect bounce pass through the lane to the Creighton star.
Butler didn't have to worry about losing another close game. This time the Bulldogs got blown out.
Even with a bad shoulder, Doug McDermott was as good as ever for Creighton.