4:51 PM EDT, Fri April 18, 2014
St. John's Red Storm Rumors & News
New York Daily News Apr 13, 2014
It looks increasingly likely that Chris Obekpa will not transfer from St. John’s and will instead return for his junior season. Less than two weeks ago, the school granted the 6-9 center a requested release so that he could pursue a transfer.
Adonis Delarosa is staying home - and that's a good thing for St. John's. The Red Storm got their first commitment of the year on Wednesday when Delarosa, a big man at Christ the King HS in Middle Village, announced that he would play for his hometown team.
St. John’s and Steve Lavin are on the board in 2014. The Red Storm received a dose of much-needed good news when Christ the King senior center Adonis Delarosa picked...
St. John’s frontline is thin, but it may not remain that way for long. The top junior college Division I rebounder in the country, Westchester Community College’s Keith Thomas, is...
New York Daily News Apr 3, 2014
St. John’s has granted starting center Chris Obekpa a release so that he can pursue transferring to another school. There also is the possibility the 6-9 sophomore will declare for the NBA Draft.
New York Daily News Mar 25, 2014
The type of scoring drought that bothered St. John’s much of the season ended up knocking the Red Storm out of the NCAA tournament. After tying the game early in the second half, St. John’s sputtered the rest of the way and fell 67-51 to Tennessee in a second-round game Monday night.
New York Daily News Mar 24, 2014
St. John’s sophomore and former Big East Rookie of the Year JaKarr Sampson is declaring for the 2014 NBA Draft, he announced through the school on Monday. The Daily News spoke to several NBA scouts earlier this month and they estimated that he could be chosen as a late first-round pick or second-round pick.
New York Daily News Mar 19, 2014
St. John's wasn't worthy of a spot in the NCAA Tournament this season. On Tuesday night, it didn’t look worthy of its spot in the NIT either. The Red Storm made its No. 1 seeding look like a joke in getting beaten by Robert Morris, 89-78, before 1,027 at Carnesecca Arena.
The selection committee was right. St. John’s didn’t belong in the NCAA Tournament. The Red Storm proved they weren’t worthy of a bid with an ugly season-ending home loss to...
New York Daily News Mar 18, 2014
St. John's wasn't worthy of a spot in the NCAA Tournament this season. On Tuesday it didn't look worthy of its spot in the NIT either. The Red Storm made its No. 1 seeding look like a joke in getting beaten 89-78 by Robert Morris at Carnesecca Arena.