Report: Ty Lawson pleads no contest to Los Angeles DUI
Now, the Rockets guard has settled his July DUI in Los Angeles.
This will likely get Lawson another suspension.
While a no-contest plea is not an admission of guilt, there is precedent for the NBA to act. The league suspended Mavericks forward Devin Ebanks two games in 2013 after he pleaded no contest to a 2012 DUI.
It took nearly a month for the NBA to suspend Lawson for his Denver DUI after the guilty plea was first reported. So, there could again be a delay while the league ensures everything is finalized, but I’d be very surprised if Lawson isn’t suspended again.
Safe to say, this won’t help Lawson’s trade value.