While facing the Hornets, his former team, Stephenson landed a monstrous chase-down block on Dwight Howard and immediately began staring down the center. Unfortunately, the play was not over. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist moved in behind Stephenson, grabbed the ball and threw down one of the easiest dunks of his career.
Never has a play better illustrated that a team who lives by the Lance, dies by the Lance. Stephenson ended the Pacers’ final game of the season with 9 points on 3-of-10 shooting with 13 rebounds and 4 assists.
Stephenson’s face after adding up what just happened? Priceless.
A Lance Stephenson chasedown block on Dwight Howard was all we needed to make this season complete. pic.twitter.com/pqnHGfY1t8
— Positive Residual (@presidual) April 10, 2018
As if that wasn’t enough, Stephenson posted another error after the game when he accidentally threw a rolled up t-shirt at the head of a police officer. Fortunately, the officer took it in good humor.
— Jason Spells (@JasonSpells) April 11, 2018
Who among us hasn’t had a day like that?
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