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Lance Stephenson with the steal and finish against J.R. Smith (VIDEO)

Jan 17, 2014, 9:31 AM EDT

Lance Stephenson was dominating in the Pacers’ blowout win over the Knicks on Thursday, and this play pretty much exemplifies what he brought to that game from an energy standpoint.

Indiana had already put this one away, leading by 25 points with under six minutes remaining. But Stephenson kept his energy constant, ripping J.R. Smith in the open floor and then taking it to the rack for the and-1 finish.

  1. nykfanwakemeupin2015 - Jan 17, 2014 at 11:42 AM

    JR Really? Woodson you should have benched him for that. What a lazy dribble. Going to the left with ball out in the open dribbling with your right hand. Did you forget you play in the NBA?

    • casualcommenter - Jan 17, 2014 at 4:33 PM

      Agreed. Credit to Stephenson for the very impressive finish at the other end, but Smith’s dribbling was extremely careless. Very unsurprising that Stephenson was able to make him pay.

  2. nykfanwakemeupin2015 - Jan 17, 2014 at 11:43 AM

    I would take Lace Stephenson over any player on the knicks.

  3. chadley71 - Jan 17, 2014 at 2:49 PM

    without a Pacers should have 4 on the AllStar team… George, West, Hibbert Stephenson.

    • casualcommenter - Jan 17, 2014 at 4:36 PM

      I’m a fan of a Western Conference team, so I have no stake who makes the All-Star team in the East.

      However, given how bad the East has been, rather than having a majority of All-Stars coming from losing teams, I wouldn’t mind the top 7 guys being just the Heat’s Big 3 and the Pacer’s Top-4. Nobody else is contributing to a winner.

      • nykfanwakemeupin2015 - Jan 17, 2014 at 9:17 PM

        Those four plus the heats big 3 and rondo seriously could be one of the best defnesive all star teams since the 90’s

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