Ten Colonials Competing in Kenner League
Bolden, Toro and Williams star in opening weekend
WASHINGTON -- Play commenced in the 2017 Nike Pro City Jabbo Kenner Summer League last weekend with 10 GW men's basketball players suiting up alongside some of the areas most talented stars for a month of competition.
Opening weekend action at McDonough Arena was highlighted by the play of a trio of rising sophomores as guards Jair Bolden and Justin Williams and forward Arnaldo Toro all played starring roles. In his debut, Bolden contributed 13 points, eight rebounds and three assists against no turnovers. Toro and Williams, meanwhile, each recorded a double-double as Toro went for 20 points and 12 boards, and Williams tallied 17 and 11 on 8-of-12 shooting.
A full schedule for upcoming games along with past results can be seen here, while team assignments are below. The regular season runs through Sunday, July 30 with the playoffs the weekend after.
2017 Nike Pro City Jabbo Kenner Summer League - GW Assignments
Ballaholics University: D.J. Williams and Javier Langarica
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