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Sibunag police station chief PoliceLieutenant Colonel Maria Rosario Miranda identified the suspect as 29-year-oldJake Gersaniva of the Philippine Navy and assigned in Boracay Island, Malay,Aklan. Homicide and two counts of frustratedhomicide could be the charges Gersaniva would be facing./PN Occenola who was nearby was hit, too. ILOILO City – A senior citizen diedwhile his son and another person sustained gunshot wounds in Barangay Sabang,Sibunag, Guimaras yesterday. Gersaniva was detained at the Sibunagpolice station following the shooting. He could not be reached for comment asof this writing. Roel Tan, 60, died of multiple gunshotwounds while being treated at the Dr. Catalino Gallego Nava Provincial Hospitalin Guimaras. A dispute over a piece of rice landwas believed to have triggered the shooting. From what the Sibunag police so fargathered, the Gersaniva family and the Tan family had a dispute over a ricefarm in Barangay Sabang. A .45 pistol was used on the Tans. The shooting happened at around 12:30a.m. during a chance meeting between the suspect and the Tan father and son infront of a store. There was a heated argument, saidMiranda. “We are looking into this,” Mirandaadded. “The Tans and the suspect were drunk,”said Miranda. His son Reagan, 33, was taken to theWestern Visayas Medical Center in Iloilo City for a gunshot wound on the waist.Rene Occenola, 53, was also there for wounds on the left thigh and left arm. The suspect was a member of thePhilippine Navy.
“We’ll find out because right now, he’s going through it,” said Scott, whose team hosts Denver at 7:30 Tuesday night. “He’s got a battle on his hands with the way teams are playing him and it’s not going good for him right now. So we’ll find out how tough he is.”It was pointed out to Scott that it appears Young has been wearing a look like the whole world is against him.“Nobody’s against him,” Scott said. “It’s just the fact he’s not playing well. We’ll find out mentally if he’s tough enough to handle it.”Scott said Young has to work even harder.“That’s the only way you’re going to get out of it,” Scott said.One win the past monthScott was reminded his team — which is 13-38 — has won just one game the past month, a Jan. 29 upset of the Chicago Bulls at Staples Center. Since Jan. 11, they are 1-13. “It’s tough on you, especially when you’re in the games that we’re in,” he said. “I mean, we’re right there in so many games to have a chance to win it, so when you don’t win it … I mean, if you went in our locker room after the Orlando game and after the Milwaukee game, you would have seen a bunch of guys who were very upset at losing those games because we knew we had a great chance to win.“It’s just like anything else. When you’re losing games like that, it takes its toll.”The Lakers went 0-4 on their just-concluded Grammy road trip, losing 113-105 in overtime Wednesday at Milwaukee and 103-97 in overtime Friday at Orlando.“We’ve just gotta find a way to close out games,” said Scott, who described his team as “a resilient bunch.”This and thatJordan Hill (hip) could not practice Monday, so Scott said Hill won’t play Tuesday against Denver or Wednesday at Portland, which is the final game before an eight-day break for the All-Star game. Scott said he expects Hill, who has missed the past three games, will be back after the break. … Denver is 19-32 and has won just once in its past 13 games and has lost its past five. The Nuggets are led by point guard Ty Lawson, who is averaging 16.5 points, 10.0 assists and 1.3 steals. Young did not speak to reporters at Monday’s practice, but Scott did and, as usual, he did not pull punches.“He is struggling, he really is. He’s just struggling right now,” Scott said of Young, who is averaging 13.6 points off the bench but is now shooting just 36.7 percent from the field on the season, 37.6 from 3-point range. “What we tried to do today is just get more movement, try to get him with the ball on the run as much as possible. But he has to understand that teams are trying to double-team him right now, they’re trying to take away the one weapon we do have in any pick-and-roll situation.“When they’re doing that to him, he has to just learn to just spread the floor, let them double, make the correct pass and he’ll be able to attack them that way.”Scott reiterated he doesn’t want Young automatically thinking about a 3-pointer the second he enters a game. He’d like to see Young be aggressive to the basket.Scott was asked if he believes Young is tough enough to escape this slump that is now more than a month long. It was just Thursday that Lakers coach Byron Scott said he wants Nick Young to be more than a “one-trick pony.”He wants Young to play better defense, expand his repertoire on offense and not just take the long shots.Young and the Lakers have played two games since — at Orlando and at Cleveland. They lost both, and Young was a combined 3 for 16 from the field — 2 of 10 from 3-point range.Young shot 39.5 percent from the field in November and 40.3 percent in December, but just 32.2 percent in January. He’s played in three of the four games the Lakers have played in February and is shooting 28.6 percent. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error