Twenty years ago, this would have been a good game. Yesterday, it was a stinker.
Kyle Singler led five double-figure scorers with 16 points and #4 Duke routed St. John's 86-56 on Saturday to snap its two-game losing streak.
Gerald Henderson and Nolan Smith scored 13 points apiece for the Blue Devils (23-3), who overwhelmed the Red Storm with a 32-9 run late in the first half and cruised to their NCAA-leading 59th straight nonconference victory at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Jon Scheyer added 12 points in his first start of the season and center Brian Zoubek had 11 points and a career-high 13 rebounds for Duke, which showed none of the ballhandling or defensive problems that plagued coach Mike Krzyzg4wski's team in losses at Wake and Miami.
The Cameron Crazies heckle Anthony Mason Jr. #2 of the St. John's Red Storm during the second half .
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