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St. John's beats DePaul in triple overtime, 90-82

ROSEMONT, Ill. - D.J. Kennedy helped St. John's overcome a 20-point first-half deficit with a career-high 32 points as the Red Storm beat DePaul, 90-82, in triple overtime Friday night.

Anthony Mason Jr. made a three-pointer to start the third overtime and Malik Boothe later hit a three-pointer from the top of the key to give the Red Storm an 83-80 lead. St. John's (16-14, 6-12 Big East) made it 87-82 with 37.2 seconds left when Kennedy connected with Mason for an alley-oop dunk.

Paris Horne had 20 points and Mason 14 for St. John's in its regular-season finale. Mac Koshwal scored 23 points and Mike Stovall 19 for DePaul (8-22, 1-16), which has won only one Big East regular-season game in two seasons. DePaul's lone win came Jan. 20 against Marquette. - AP

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