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Topic - Lance Stephenson
Our ongoing look at possible NBA free agents turns to Indiana's talented by enigmatic star Lance Stephenson.
The internet is making great use of Lance Stephenson postseason antics. His contract situation is one the Wizards must watch.
Different year, same story.
The Indiana Pacers' bizarre season came to a familiar end Friday night. Another embarrassing loss at Miami.
Lance Stephenson's ear-blowing antics are over.
By now, Lance Stephenson's list of egregious acts from Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals are well-known: He blew air into LeBron James' ear, interrupted a Miami Heat huddle and got caught flopping for the second time.
Lance Stephenson and Roy Hibbert of the Indiana Pacers have both been fined for flopping in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Pacers guard Lance Stephenson says he made a mistake by taking his trash talk public.
Inside a downtrodden Indiana Pacers locker room, Lance Stephenson had an interesting choice of words.
LeBron James had 32 points and 10 rebounds, Chris Bosh added 25 points and the Miami Heat moved one win away from a return trip to the NBA Finals with a 102-90 win over the Indiana Pacers on Monday night.
In the 2011 NBA Finals, LeBron James spent too much time for his liking talking about his purported rivalry with an easily excitable guard named Stevenson.
The long break between games in the Eastern Conference finals could be welcomed by Indiana, after Pacers guard Paul George was diagnosed Wednesday with a concussion that will force him to complete several NBA-mandated procedures before he can return to the matchup against the Miami Heat.
The NBA has fined Indiana's Lance Stephenson $5,000 for flopping in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals.
George revealed after the game that he blacked out briefly, but Indiana's medical staff was not aware of that before he was deemed able to return to the game.
The Pacers waited all season for the playoff rematch with Miami.
guard Lance Stephenson acknowledged that he and Evan Turner got into a practice "scuffle" last week before Game 1 against Atlanta but denied the two threw any punches.
"We're playing good basketball, we're sharing the ball. We're taking the shots that we're supposed to, they're just not falling right now," a clearly frustrated Stephenson said. "We've just got to keep playing good basketball. The basketball gods will take care of everything."