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Sipkin/News Paris Horne (l.) and Justin Brownlee celebrate as St. John's upsets No. 3 Duke at Garden.Related Stories After missing out on NCAA Tournament, St. John's basketball lands NIT berth, 28th in school history St. John's basketball chasing NCAA Tournament berth, but Red Storm needs to win games during crucial stretch Johnnies counting on Polee next season Weiss: Loss can't undo Storm's progress Sipkin/News Brownlee dunks home two of his 20 points.Take our Poll Red Storm Rising Do you think St. John's will make the NCAA Tournament? No, heading in the right direction, but not this year Yes, beating Duke shows this team has what it takes Diddy Beats By Dre St. John's used to make the Garden roar and college basketball quake on a regular basis, but it's been a long time since it truly did that. The Red Storm Sunday conjured those times with an astonishing upset of No. 3 Duke, a victory that may foreshadow a Beats By Dr Dre White Diamond return to the NCAA Tournament after an eight-year hiatus.St. John's overpowered the defending national champs in a 93-78 win before a raucous sellout crowd of 19,353, the Johnnies' first regular-season sellout since they last beat the Blue Devils in their annual meeting, March 2, 2003. The Red Storm (12-8) turned in its best half in recent memory, a complete domination en route to a 21-point lead at the break. It then rolled through the second half, never allowing the lead to slip to single digits.The win surely will make conversation for the NCAA Tournament selection committee. St. John's had lost five of six going into the game but was finishing a stretch of eight straight games against nationally ranked opponents (they went 3-5). It has the No. 2-rated strength of schedule, an RPI under 30 by most tabulations and now quality wins against Duke (19-2), Georgetown, Notre Dame and at West Virginia. As Lavin said, the Storm now "controls its own destiny."The last time the Johnnies had a win this significant probably was against Connecticut in the 2000 Big East championship game or, in the regular season, the road win at Duke that same year, the last time the Devils lost a non-conference game at home."(Some said) it's one of the biggest wins in 10 years and I'm excited to have been a part of it," said Justin Burrell.Dwight Hardy had 26 points on 9-for-13 shooting, Justin Brownlee had 20 points, nine rebounds and six assists and Paris Horne had 15 points and six assists to lead the Johnnies. Sean Evans played his best game of the season with 10 points off the bench and D.J. Kennedy also had 10 points. Nolan Smith scored 32 and Kyle Singler 20 for Duke.This also marked the first signature win for first-year coach Steve Lavin, who with 12 minutes left and his team up by 21 greeted the Johnnies during a timeout at midcourt with arms waving to exhort the cheering crowd."You get caught up in the moment of the Beats By Dre Beatbox game," Lavin said. "(I) wanted St. John's fans to come to the party (and) support the players on the court. We've had this arduous stretch of games . . . and lost five of six. It was just wanting to jumper-cable the crowd and bring energy to our players."Lavin told the players they should enjoy it for two hours before turning their minds to Wednesday night's game against Rutgers, but who could blame them if they wanted to bask in that first half.St. John's made the extra passes to find open shots, turned most every Duke turnover into a bucket and attacked the Blue Devils at the 3-point line, where they do so much damage."They had a great game Beats Dr Dre Studio White plan. They've had outstanding games this season and this was one of them," Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said. "In order to beat them today we would have had to show up ready to compete at the level we normally do. We did not and . . . we may not have beat them anyway because they played really well."The contest was a St. John's highlight film, whether it was Hardy threading the needle with a bounce pass to Brownlee for a dunk, Burrell stuffing a Smith drive or one of the many skirmishes - two resulted in double technicals - during which St. John's showed it would not back down.The Johnnies had a brutal three-hour practice Friday, emerging with fat lips and bruised ankles and knees. It was part of the vow this group - with 10 seniors - made to raise the intensity level and leave no room for regrets at season's end."We talked a lot amongst ourselves and said we have to make a change," Burrell said.Clearly it's a change for the better.