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Hearing it's "unlikely" Marcus LoVett will play out west this week for St. John's. Should be back for Iona game though. #sjubb
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RedStormNC Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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heal up Lovett...

and let's hope we still do no worse than splitting the west coast trip.
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Bad news, but let's play the games. You never know. Just got to play smart and tough. But not the best news for a team 7 - 8 deep, but let's do it.
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Let's get a split out west and have Marcus back strong for Iona & St. Joe's...
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We knew it was unlikely that we were going to get through the entire season without an injury. It is tough sledding without Marcus in tough games. I hope we have enough to beat Grand Canyon. We need to play a solid 40 minutes and everyone contributing. I just can't see us beating ASU without him. Hopefully he heals up and gets back for Iona.
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Zach Braziller
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Marcus LoVett (knee) is getting treatment, and I was told there is a decent chance he could meet team out west to play Friday against No. 20 Arizona State. #sjubb.
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Per Zach B
Status of St. John's guard Marcus LoVett for Friday against No. 16 Arizona State is uncertain. Sprained left knee has kept him out of last two games. #sjubb

Apparently the same knee he injured in his redshirt year. I'm sure they will be cautious.
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Someone earlier said LoVett was on his way out there. Got to be careful with this, which I'm sure Staff will be. Hope we play well either way. ASU #16? Wow. Major test to see 'how we do'.
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I agree that getting LoVett healthy is paramount. That being said, I think it's dangerous to overlook our remaining non-conference games. A signature win against a team like Arizona St. would go a long way on selection Sunday. It's not implausible that we lose to Iona, or more likely St. Joes absent LoVett.

In short, I would say don't rush him back, but I certainly hope he's ready to go by Iona. If not, I will have concerns that this injury may be more serious. I can't help thinking about the knee injury suffered by one of my favorite recent Johnnies, Darryl Hill. I don't recall him ever specifically injuring the knee, but think it was just one of those chronic conditions.
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One thing I’ve noticed w Mullin, as opposed to Lavin, he doesn’t seem to rush players back. Unfortunately he seems injury prone. If I remember correctly, he was injured his redshirt year and last year.
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