Not cool, Cameron Crazies.
Anyone need a new poster? This Derrick Williams dunk against Duke last night should suffice. - @si_vault
It was a sad and somewhat pathetic turn of events, therefore, to see friends narrating this interesting documentary about their moment in time and calling me a bitch and worse, calling all black players at Duke “Uncle Toms” and, to some degree, disparaging my parents for their education, work ethic and commitment to each other and to me. I should have guessed there was something regrettable in the documentary when I received a Twitter apology from Jalen before its premiere. I am aware Jalen has gone to some length to explain his remarks about my family in numerous interviews, so I believe he has some admiration for them.
In his garbled but sweeping comment that Duke recruits only “black players that were ‘Uncle Toms,’ ” Jalen seems to change the usual meaning of those very vitriolic words into his own meaning, i.e., blacks from two-parent, middle-class families. He leaves us all guessing exactly what he believes today.”
St. John’s sent a shiver through all of college basketball on Sunday afternoon and may have begun its ascent back to the upper echelon of the sport.
The Red Storm played its best half of the season - possibly its best half in a decade or longer - to open the game and rolled to a 93-78 decimation of third-ranked Duke before a roaring crowd of 19,353 at the Garden. It was St. John’s first regular-season sellout at the Garden since it beat the Blue Devils March 2, 2003.
The last time St. John’s (12-8) won a game this big might have been the 2000 Big East Tournament championship victory over Connecticut. It’s the best regular-season win since it went into Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium and emerged with a one-point win that same season - the last time the Blue Devils lost a non-conference game at home.
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