Found June 06, 2013 on
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Despite the Indiana Pacers getting eliminated in the Eastern Conference Finals, it appears that Indiana guard Lance Stephenson is enjoying his time away from the court.
Yesterday, he posted to interesting video to the web-sharing video site “Vine” of him watching a couple of women slap each other in a boxing ring:
Holy crap, is this foxy boxing?
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So how did you start your summer vacation? Maybe a little trip to the beach or did you do some barbequing? Well Indiana Pacers gritty shooting guard Lance Stephenson was sent on summer vacation when the Miami Heat defeated Indiana in a laughable Game 7 on Monday. Since he’s already in Miami he should take in some of the local sights like strip clubs and watching two women slap...
Pacers Lance Stephenson had a breakout series against the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. Following the game 7 loss on Monday, Stephenson did what many visitors with extra coins do in Miami, hit up “King of Diamonds.” But Stephenson, who was a second round draft pick by the Pacers in 2010, earns about $800K a season so he’s doing the smart thing and being a tad...
Lance Stephenson seems like he’s having fun….I guess….since his Pacers were eliminated. If this is something you’re down with, I mean. Although Lance is a crazy person, so it seems like he would be.
If someone could break down, you know, WTF is going on here, I’d really appreciate it thanks.
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Considering the Pacers laid a humongous egg in Game 7 against the Heat, I am inclined to say the team didn’t deserve any stripper love. But, it is a long season, so it’s reasonable if you are already in South Beach, you might as well hit up King of Diamonds to let some young lady twerk your sorrows away.
The strippers though at KOD weren’t that happy with Lance Stephenson....
After butting heads throughout the Eastern Conference finals, LeBron James gave Lance Stephenson some words of encouragement following the Heat’s Game 7 win over the Pacers Monday night.
According to the Indy Star:
“He said I played hard this season and he’s happy with my progress,” Stephenson said. “He said I helped changed the Pacers organization, made us stronger and...