Syracuse Basketball vs. St. John's Video Highlights: Dunks, Alley-Oops, Dion Waiters Slam

The No. 2-ranked Syracuse Orange cruised past the St. John's Red Storm Saturday, 90-75, in a Big East Conference men's basketball game at Madison Square Garden. The Orange (23-1, 10-1 Big East) trailed 7-2 early but used multiple double-digit runs, which included a lot of dunks, alley-oops and more dunks to help claim their third straight victory. The win also helped SU head coach Jim Boeheim collect his 879th career, a mark tying him with legendary North Carolina Tar Heels head coach Dean Smith for third all-time on the Division I list.

Here's the ESPN video highlights featuring Kris Joseph, Fab Melo and Dion Waiters via YouTube.

Boeheim Moves Into 3rd Place On All-Time Wins List (via ESPN)

For more on Syracuse Basketball, check back to this StoryStream. Check out, the SB Nation's blog Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician to discuss everything on the Orange, while Rumble In The Garden is all about the Johnnies. If you're a college basketball nut, well, SB Nation's college basketball hub will solve your hoops cravings.

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