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Lance Stephenson Expects To Get Booed From Pacers Crowd In Return

Lance Stephenson has already visualized the scene when his name is introduced in front of the Indiana Pacers' home crowd on Wednesday. Stephenson expects to receive boos from the crowd after leaving the Pacers as an unrestricted free agent to sign a three-year contract with the Charlotte Hornets. "Honestly," Stephenson said. "I think I'm going to get booed." Stephenson's father,...
Via RealGM
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Lance Stephenson flops after slapping himself in face (Video)

It was bad enough that Charlotte Hornets guard Lance Stephenson flopped after bumping into an opposing Indiana Pacers player during Saturday night's game, but he went above and beyond trying to sell the contact by slapping himself in the face. You would think that Stephenson was auditioning for The Three Stooges:Vine via warriorsworld. H/T TNLP.Related posts: Lance Stephenson...
Via Holdout Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Lance Stephenson slaps himself in poor attempt to draw a foul (video)

Charlotte Hornets guard Lance Stephenson once blew in LeBron James' ear and has also attempted to enter the huddle of an opposing team. But he's never attempted to draw a foul call quite like he did on Saturday night. The Hornets may have lost to the Warriors, 112-87, but Stephenson did his best to keep the game as close as possible in the first quarter. He slapped...
Via The Sports Daily
10 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Lance Stephenson slaps himself on flop

Lance Stephenson’s flop Saturday against the Golden State Warriors was so bizarre, you almost have to respect it. The Charlotte Hornets guard made contact with Warriors forward Harrison Barnes in the first quarter, which led to Stephenson somehow slapping himself in the face and committing a flop for the ages. We’ve seen our fair share of epic flops this season, but Stephenson’s self...
Via NESN.com
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Charlotte Hornets: Seeking for consistency

The Charlotte Hornets have had an up-and-down season thus far.  Last week, the Hornets went 2-2 with wins over Atlanta and Miami.  They got “Browed” by Superman Anthony Davis and the Pelicans and somehow lost to the Lakers.  The Lakers game was probably the most disappointing game of the week and could be the worst loss of any team so far this season.  This game was also...
Via isportsweb.com
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Lance Stephenson of Hornets Hits Buzzer-Beater

Michael Jordan recently came out saying that winning one championship as an owner would trump each and every one that he won as a player with the Chicago Bulls. Well, bringing in enigmatic guard Lance Stephenson to his Charlotte Hornets was a good start in achieving his goal. Stephenson was able to hit a dagger against the Atlanta Hawks in double overtime with the game tied up at...
Via The Sideline
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Lance Stephenson banks buzzer-beater in 2OT (Video)

Charlotte Hornets guard Lance Stephenson hit a three-pointer at the buzzer from way downtown to beat Atlanta in double overtime 122-119.Stephenson inbounded the ball with 2.7 seconds left, got the ball back, and banked the 33-foot shot off the backboard for the win. It happened to be Stephenson's first 3-pointer of the year, and it could not have come at a better time. Stephenson...
Via Holdout Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Lance Stephenson Hits First Career Buzzer Beater to Give Charlotte Win Over Atlanta in 2OT

Lance Stephenson has a new home in Charlotte, but so far it's been the same ole Lance. Not the good one that helped make the Pacers one of the fiercest teams in the NBA the last couple of seasons, but the disappointment that flopped worse than LeBron James during the Finals Lance. Is it because he has lost whatever mojo he has and the chance of scenery didn't make a difference...
Via FatManWriting
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Lance Stephenson makes game-winning shot, but did he call bank? (Video)

Friday was a night to remember for Lance Stephenson, who made his first career game-winning buzzer-beater. Stephenson banked in a deep 3-pointer to break a 119-119 tie between his Charlotte Hornets and the Atlanta Hawks in double-overtime at Time Warner Cable Arenas in Charlotte, giving his team a 122-119 win. Stephenson had 17 points and...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Indiana Pacers Force Lance Stephenson Out of Indiana

Over the Summer Lance Stephenson signed a three-year deal worth $27 million with the Charlotte Hornets as an unrestricted free agent in July. The choice wasn’t easy for him cause his first choice was to be a Pacer again. The Pacer aggressively went after Stephenson offering him a five-year 44 million dollar deal. Why did one of the best six men in the business leave 17 million...
Via Basketball Bicker
October 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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