Ty Lawson, center, standing next to Darren Collison (7) was frustrated after Wednesday night’s loss to Brooklyn. “It’s like the wild, wild west out there, man,” Lawson said. “Dudes just trying to get up shots. You can’t win like that, man. It’s a lot of one-on-one.”
Ty Lawson, center, standing next to Darren Collison (7) was frustrated after Wednesday night’s loss to Brooklyn. “It’s like the wild, wild west out there, man,” Lawson said. “Dudes just trying to get up shots. You can’t win like that, man. It’s a lot of one-on-one.” Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Ty Lawson, center, standing next to Darren Collison (7) was frustrated after Wednesday night’s loss to Brooklyn. “It’s like the wild, wild west out there, man,” Lawson said. “Dudes just trying to get up shots. You can’t win like that, man. It’s a lot of one-on-one.” Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

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