DENVER (AP) — Ty Lawson picked apart the Washington Wizards most of the night. With the game on the line, the Denver guard came up short.
Lawson scored 31 point and dished out 12 assists in his return to the Nuggets lineup but missed a tying jumper in the waning seconds of overtime in a 117-115 loss to the Washington Wizards on Sunday.
"I think he thought the time was running out and he shot a fadeaway," Washington's John Wall said. "I was like, `Thank you.' I thought it was still going to go in because he was making just about everything he put up tonight."
Wall scored six of his 19 points in overtime and had 16 assists and Kris Humphries had a...