Washington – March caught the attention of the college basketball world, and GW Men’s Basketball chose the perfect opportunity to score the most points of the season. They took a 4-point game closer to a 20-point rout with an outright 92–85 victory over LaSalle, avenging their previous loss in Philadelphia this season.
It’s an A-10-ranked street fight, with GW itself putting distance between them and the Explorers, with Buff and Blue 9-10 as the teams battle for seeding ahead of a conference tournament in less than two weeks. I got 7. In conference play as LaSalle falls to 7-9.
Throughout the season, he was the league’s leading scorer and a front-runner for Conference Player of the Year. James Bishop IV, who put on another sterling aggressive show. Bishop finished with a game-high 29 points and nine assists, continuing his dominance over the A-10 defense as the best playmaker, distributor and scorer at all three levels. His 29 went 10-of-19 field goals, 4-of-3 6-of-3, and 5-of-6 on the line, plus clocking an astounding 38:23.
Bishop backed up his sons on the front court Saturday night. hunter dean (21 career-high points for the second year in a row) Ricky Lind Jr. (16 points, 11 rebounds) combined to shoot 14 of 16 from the floor.
With reserves on the court, La Salle battled the buzzer to account for a narrower margin of victory than the GW’s late dominance had shown, forcing the head coach. Chris Caputo Bishop, Dean, Maximus Edwards In the last few seconds after removing them for a hard-earned rest.
Explorer never got a score above 14 because GDUB D limited guests to 40% shooting. George Washington countered with his 58.6% mark.
There are two games left in the regular season. The final road trip is waiting for you in Davidson on Wednesday at 7pm on ESPN+. Then, starting today, he’ll be on US national television at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, March 4, before his big showdown with the league-leading VCU in the regular season finale.