Charlotte Hornets have had a good run as of late, winning 9 of their last 11. Everything has been good that Lance Stephenson has been in a great mood.
How good? Lance was showing off his dance moves before their win against the Knicks:
Pregame dance lol
A video posted by @stephensonlance on Jan 24, 2015 at 7:26pm PST
Winning cures a lot of things. With Lance in a good...
One of the cool perks of being a professional athlete is getting likenesses of yourself made and there is no more impressive likeness item then a bobblehead.
Recently, Charlotte Hornets guard Lance Stephenson got the chance to check out his new bobblehead and provided this amusing response on his Instagram account:
This bubblehead do not look like me
A photo posted by ...
Charlotte Hornets guard Lance Stephenson knocked his former teammate (and Indiana Pacers center) Roy Hibbert to the floor with a body check during Saturday's game at the Time Warner Cable Arena.We're a little surprised that Hibbert would go down so easily, so we're not sure that Hibbert didn't flop a little bit here. Still, that's just more unnecessary nonsense from Stephenson that...
Yahoo! Sports reports the latest NBA trade rumor sees a deal that would sent Brook Lopez to the Oklahoma City Thunder and Lance Stephenson to the Brooklyn Nets. Sources say OKC and Charlotte have already agreed and it’s up to Brooklyn now to finalize it.
The proposed trade would be:
Oklahoma City Thunder receiving Brook Lopez.
Brooklyn Nets receiving Lance Stephenson and Kendrick...
The Brooklyn Nets, Oklahoma City Thunder and Charlotte Hornets are in talks about a 3-team trade that would involve Lance Stephenson and Brook Lopez, according to a report. ESPN’s Chris Broussard says the three teams are discussing a trade that would send Stephenson to his hometown team the Nets, Lopez to OKC, and Jarrett Jack...Read More
While folks in Boston debate whether the Celtics got fleeced in the Rajon Rondo trade, at least the Celts were able to find a buyer for their polarizing star. The Charlotte Hornets weren’t so fortunate.
The Hornets have decided to keep mercurial shooting guard Lance Stephenson “for now,” ESPN.com reports, mainly due to lack of interest around the league.
The Indiana Pacers were not willing to pay Lance Stephenson market value five months ago, and the 24-year-old swingman wound up signing a three-year, $27 million deal with the Charlotte Hornets. With Paul George expected to miss most — if not all — of the 2014-2015 season, you have to wonder if the Pacers regret...Read More
Michael Jordan’s Charlotte Hornets started out their first year with their new/old moniker on an exciting, “buzzy” note. Since...
Lance Stephenson has a very large personality. The Charlotte Hornets knew that when they signed him, but are they still having issues with the 24-year-old shooting guard? After benching Stephenson for the fourth quarter in consecutive games, Hornets coach Steve Clifford said Stephenson is “not a star” and that he believes the former second-round pick...Read More
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...