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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 that he respects my game.”
“It’s basketball, we’re playing hard and we both want to win,” Stephenson said. “At the end of the day, it’s a game. For him to come up and say he respects my game, it made me feel like I’m doing something right.”
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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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