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Ty Lawson News & Bio


Name:Ty Lawson
Hometown:Clinton, MD
High School:Oak Hill Academy
Born:November 3, 1987 (30)
Height/Weight:5-11, 195
Position:G
Notes:Basketball, 2006 McDonald's All-American
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Ty Lawson says his comeback story is just beginning
Ty Lawson knows what the NBA was thinking: Teams had given up on him. The Washington Wizards point guard is also sure of why NBA...

Wizards’ Ty Lawson among late pickups helping NBA playoff teams
Less than three weeks ago, Ty Lawson was playing professional basketball in China. Now he’s one of the first subs off the bench for the...

Ty Lawson is still an NBA point guard
Tuesday night, Ty Lawson reminded everyone that he is still an NBA-caliber point guard after being thrown into the playoffs off of a season playing...

Ty Lawson Scores 14 Points in First Game Back in NBA
It was former UNC point guard Ty Lawson's first NBA game of the 2017-18 season and it came in the playoffs. On Tuesday in Toronto,...

Tar Heels in the NBA Playoffs
They aren’t quite as exciting as March Madness, but the NBA playoffs tip off this weekend. If you aren't an NBA fan, take solace that...

Examining Joel Berry’s place among Roy Williams’ Point Guards
Roy Williams has taken the success and dependence on point guard play to a borderline absurd level since he returned to UNC. In his never-ending...

5 things to know about the Wizards' new playoff addition, Ty Lawson
Playing on one of the most memorable college basketball teams in the 2000s, Ty Lawson, along with Wayne Ellington, Danny Green, and Tyler Hansbrough won...

Ty Lawson Signs with Washington Wizards
Ty Lawson signed with the Wizards on Thursday, Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports reports. Lawson was out of the NBA this season, and he ended...

Video: UNC Whips Michigan State to Win NCAA Title - April 6, 2009
Final Four MVP Wayne Ellington scores 17 of his 19 points in the first half, Ty Lawson has a game-high 21 points and sets a...

A Look Back at the Best High School Basketball Programs in History
Oak Hill Academy's 1993 undefeated and national title-winning team, which had an average margin of victory of 32 points, sent eight players to Division I...


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