How to Watch St. John’s vs. Georgetown Basketball: Live Stream & TV Channel Info – February 21

The St. John’s Red Storm (14-12, 6-9 Big East) will try to stop a three-game losing streak when they visit the Georgetown Hoyas (8-17, 1-13 Big East) at 7:00 PM ET on Wednesday, February 21, 2024. The Hoyas have lost 10 games in a row.

This game will be available on Fox Sports 1, so check it out.

Red Storm vs. Hoyas Game Info

  • Date: Wednesday, February 21, 2024
  • Time: 7:00 PM ET
  • TV: Fox Sports 1
  • Live Stream: Stream NCAA men’s basketball on Paramount Plus and Hulu + Live TV
  • Where: Washington D.C.
  • Venue: Capital One Arena

Red Storm Insights

  • On offense, St. John’s is averaging 76.1 points per game (112th-ranked in college basketball). It is surrendering 70.8 points per contest at the other end (146th-ranked).
  • The Red Storm are averaging 39.5 rebounds per game (31st-ranked in college basketball) this season, while allowing 34.7 rebounds per contest (175th-ranked).
  • So far this season, St. John’s ranks 68th in college basketball in assists, putting up 15.1 per game.
  • So far this season, the Red Storm are committing 11.5 turnovers per game (196th-ranked in college basketball) and forcing 12.2 turnovers per contest (107th-ranked).
  • With 7.1 treys per game, St. John’s ranks 213th in the country. It owns a 32.6% shooting percentage from downtown, which ranks 250th in college basketball.
  • The Red Storm are giving up 6.7 threes per game (104th-ranked in college basketball) this year, while allowing a 33.0% three-point percentage (152nd-ranked).
  • St. John’s is attempting 43.2 two-pointers per game this year, which account for 66.5% of the shots it has attempted (and 75% of the team’s baskets). Meanwhile, it is attempting 21.7 threes per contest, which are 33.5% of its shots (and 25% of the team’s buckets).

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Hoyas Insights

  • In 2023-24, Georgetown is 262nd in the nation on offense (70.9 points scored per game) and 313th defensively (76.9 points conceded).
  • The Hoyas grab 34.6 rebounds per game and concede 34.6 boards, ranking 244th and 170th, respectively, in the country.
  • With 12.3 assists per game, Georgetown is 257th in college basketball.
  • In terms of turnovers, the Hoyas are 196th in college basketball in committing them (11.5 per game). They are 261st in forcing them (10.6 per game).
  • In 2023-24, Georgetown is 107th in the nation in 3-point makes (8.2 per game) and 187th in 3-point percentage (33.7%).
  • The Hoyas give up 7.6 3-pointers per game and concede 34.4% from beyond the arc, ranking 225th and 256th, respectively, in the country.
  • Georgetown attempts 41.3% percent of its shots from behind the 3-point line, and 33.7% of its made baskets are from there. Inside the arc, it attempts 58.7% of its shots, with 66.3% of its makes coming from there.

Red Storm Leaders

  • The scoring and rebounding leader for the Red Storm is Joel Soriano, who puts up 15.0 points and 9.4 rebounds per game.
  • St. John’s best passer is Daniss Jenkins, who averages 5.4 assists per game to go with his 14.3 PPG scoring average.
  • Jenkins makes more threes per game than any other member of the Red Storm, knocking down shots from beyond the arc at a clip of 1.7 per contest.
  • Jenkins and Soriano lead St. John’s on the defensive end, with Jenkins leading the team in steals averaging 1.5 per game and Soriano in blocks averaging 1.7 per contest.

Hoyas Leaders

  • The Hoyas’ Jayden Epps puts up enough points (17.1 per game) and assists (4.2 per game) to sit atop the squad’s leaderboards.
  • Supreme Cook’s stat line of 8.3 rebounds, 11.5 points and 0.5 assists per game helps him grab the top spot on the Georgetown rebounding leaderboard.
  • Epps is the most prolific from distance for the Hoyas, hitting 2.3 threes per game.
  • Georgetown’s leader in steals is Cook (0.9 per game), and its leader in blocks is Dontrez Styles (0.7 per game).
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