It should be a lively atmosphere at War Memorial Gymnasium on Tuesday as St. John's visits San Francisco in a battle that might come down to the wire. The first whistle blows at 10:00 EST and it will be televised on CSN-CA. The Dons are 4-1 overall. The Red Storm have a record of 6-2. San Francisco and its 3-0 record at home gives them a home-court advantage versus the St. John's 1-1 road record. Additionally, there is a momentum story, where San Francisco is looking to capitalize having won its last four games in a row.
StatSmack! San Francisco is better than St. John's
San Francisco had a better conference record than St. John's last season (8-8 vs 6-12).
San Francisco allows fewer rebounds (32.3 allowed per game vs 38.0 allowed per game) than St. John's last season.
San Francisco has a better overall winning percentage over the last 10 years (0.470 to 0.450).
It's only wins and losses, but San Francisco had a better overall record than St. John's last season (20-14 vs 13-19).