WASHINGTON (AP) Isaiah Armwood had 11 points and 14 rebounds, and George Washington opened the second half on a 9-0 run en route to a 78-59 victory against St. Bonaventure in the Atlantic 10 Conference opener for both teams.
Lasan Kromah scored 14 points, and Patricio Garino and Kethan Savage added 12 each for the Colonials (7-7).
Chris Johnson led the Bonnies (7-7) with 17 points, Demitrius Conger had 11 and Eric Mosley 10. St. Bonaventure has lost four in a row.
George Washington shot 57.1 percent from the field (28 of 49), 50 percent from beyond the arc (6 of 12) and 66.7 percent from the foul line (16 of 24). St. Bonaventure shot 39 percent from the field (23 of 59), 16.7 percent on 3-pointers (3 of 18) and 10 of 11 from the line.
The Colonials' bench outscored the Bonnies 34-12 and bettered them 16-6 in assists.
It started as an offseason hashtag. After Wednesday night's win over the Sixers, it was legitimized with a postgame quote.
John Wall wants everyone to know that it's Wolf Season and, according to another favorite hashtag of his, nobody is safe.
Wall brought it up himself on Wednesday when asked about dunking all over the Sixers. When asked what Wolf Season means, he replied: "Just keep watching."
Wall used the hashtag #wolfseason all summer long in photos on Instagram. He also used the phrase #wolfwall:
It's reminiscent of the Wolf of Wall St. He also referenced "Michael Jackson Thrilla Mode" on Instragram and the music video for 'Thriller' very famously had Jackson turn into a wolf:
Whatever Wall means by it, the rest of the NBA might want to take notice.
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The Washington Nationals announced Friday Dusty Baker will not return as manager of the club in 2018.
Baker led the team to the first back-to-back division titles in franchise history, and the Nationals were 192-132 under Baker, but they failed to make it to an NLCS.
Baker is 14th in MLB history with 1,863 career wins.
The next Nationals' manager will be their seventh since they arrived in DC.
Only the Marlins have had as many.
The team also announced the contracts for the Major League coaching staff have also expired, and the search for a new manager will begin immediately.
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