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Per Corey Evans of Rival re teams struggling this year with help on the way. LoVett won't be back, but hopefully adding a seasoned assistant coach, avoiding roster churn, keeping these recruits on board & adding another piece will give us all less agita. If not, I'll get another hobby. :)

"St. John's is in the basement of the Big East Conference. And while they boast one of the most talented backcourts, with Shamorie Ponds, Justin Simon, and Marcus LoVett, the injury bug and the depth of the league has hit the program in one fell swoop.

There is plenty of talent in the program, however, and with virtually everyone expected to return to the program (outside of Bashir Ahmed) and the enrollment of their three 2018 commits, the Red Storm might not be down for much longer. Josh Roberts is another high-energy big man who should spell Tariq Owens and Kassoum Yakwe along their frontline. Greg Williams is a tough and explosive guard who can develop into an all-league defender. However, the biggest coup to date for Chris Mullin and his staff was securing the December commitment of J’Raan Brooks, a one-time USC pledge. A throwback at the power forward spot, Brooks should be the most productive St. John’s freshman, but all three players will bring a competitive edge to a program that is destined for better days next season."

FOR MORE ON ST. JOHN'S BASKETBALL VISIT REDSTORMREPORT.COM
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I sure hope this assessment is correct. So many "wait until next years", have made me comfortably numb.
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Per Corey Evans of Rival re teams struggling this year with help on the way. LoVett won't be back, but hopefully adding a seasoned assistant coach, avoiding roster churn, keeping these recruits on board & adding another piece will give us all less agita. If not, I'll get another hobby. :)

"St. John's is in the basement of the Big East Conference. And while they boast one of the most talented backcourts, with Shamorie Ponds, Justin Simon, and Marcus LoVett, the injury bug and the depth of the league has hit the program in one fell swoop.

There is plenty of talent in the program, however, and with virtually everyone expected to return to the program (outside of Bashir Ahmed) and the enrollment of their three 2018 commits, the Red Storm might not be down for much longer. Josh Roberts is another high-energy big man who should spell Tariq Owens and Kassoum Yakwe along their frontline. Greg Williams is a tough and explosive guard who can develop into an all-league defender. However, the biggest coup to date for Chris Mullin and his staff was securing the December commitment of J’Raan Brooks, a one-time USC pledge. A throwback at the power forward spot, Brooks should be the most productive St. John’s freshman, but all three players will bring a competitive edge to a program that is destined for better days next season."

FOR MORE ON ST. JOHN'S BASKETBALL VISIT REDSTORMREPORT.COM



Do you think he meant Roberts has the ability to spell Y-A-K-W-E? Because that would be more impressive than coming in for him. Because if Roberts isn't playing ahead of Zombie Yakwe we are in trouble.
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