Denver police say they have arrested Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson for investigation of driving under the influence. In a statement, the police said Lawson was stopped after an officer saw a car being driven fast and carelessly early Friday.
May 24, 2016 | 9:29 am EDT Update
Perhaps the most interesting part of the 13-minute interview came when Mike Greenberg asked him about the pace of play and lineup changes that were allegedly at the core of the problem between Vogel and Pacers President Larry Bird. Vogel said that not only were those media talks inaccurate but that the two shared the same philosophy. “That’s a misconception about this whole view. Larry and I have been very well aligned all the way through these six years, including the decision to try to play faster and smaller this year,” Vogel said. “This is not something I was resistant to. It’s a style of play I’m going to try to implement with the Orlando Magic. … There was a lot made about Larry vs. Frank and the differences. But throughout the whole process, we were very well aligned. ‘It wasn’t about difference of opinion or difference of philosophy. It was about change.”
When asked about his late-night shooting outing, the two-time All-Star attempted to downplay getting extra work in. “It’s nothing new for me. You can ask anybody in this organization,” DeRozan told cleveland.com. “There’s not a night that I don’t come back in the gym and try to work on something and get better on something. It’s nothing new.” Typically, players stay late in the gym to break out of shooting slumps. “It was just rhythm a thing,” he replied. “Listen, just because you know how to dance doesn’t mean you can’t learn a new move.”