Filed under: Georgetown St. John's Halftime Notes: Georgetown 45 - St. John's 28 The Hoyas have an early lead at the Garden. By Matt Moore-Alameda@mmoorealameda Jan 13, 2016, 7:36pm EST / new Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Halftime Notes: Georgetown 45 - St. John's 28 Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports After 20 minutes in New York, Georgetown is off to a commanding 45-28 lead over St. John's. Here's a look at what went down for each team in the first half: Georgetown The Hoyas got to the line early, going 8-of-8 from the line in the first seven minutes of the game. Georgetown shot the ball extremely well, going 15-of-29 from the field, including making 5 of 14 attempted three's. D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera and Reggie Cameron both lead the Hoyas with 13 points in the half. Overall the Hoyas offense is looking as good as it has all year, as they have consistently been able to get open shots against a lackluster St. John's defense. St. John's St. John's struggled with turnovers as they have all year, handing over the ball to the Hoyas eight times. The Johnnies have not been able to find a rhythm on offense, as they were forced to take contested shots throughout the half. One bright spot for St. John's has been Amar Alibegovic's nine-point performance, as the Italian sophomore has shown off his impressive scoring touch. More From Big East Coast Bias What makes Manny Bates so special? Big East recruiting update (May 9): St. John’s lands commit, new transfers, offers and more! Transfer Profile: Devin Carter Creighton lands top-5 transfer Baylor Scheierman Jay Heath and Akok Akok Committed to Georgetown! Big East recruiting update (May 2): Exodus at Georgetown and Seton Hall, new commits, offers and more!