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  • Lobot
    started a topic Lance Stephenson

    Lance Stephenson

    Quite few outlets reporting that Born Ready is headed back to Indiana on a 3 year contract. Not official yet and no terms available so far.

  • Lobot
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    Lance has signed a 1yr 4m contract with Laoning of China. It will be Interesting to see if his act will play over there.

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  • Lobot
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    Preseason lines for Lance

    http://www.espn.com/nba/player/_/id/4244

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  • Lobot
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    This article goes back a few days but it's a pretty good profile on Lance's summer in Indy before he left for LA.

    https://theathletic.com/504015/2018/...th-the-lakers/

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  • Lobot
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    Lance has signed his contract with the Lakers and it's come out that LeBron was the one who recruited him there.

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  • Lobot
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    Can't imagine they would sign and trade Lance but that's a possibility too. If they trade Ball to the Spurs it's going to be a debacle because there is absolutely no way Popovich is going to put up with LaVar.

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  • Geaux Juan
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    Originally posted by Lobot View Post
    Let's see here. Lance is coming in probably as a back up to Lonzo Ball. It would be hilarious if he started over Lonzo just to see Lavar Ball's head explode.
    The Lakers signed Rajon Rondo; now they have two PGs (Ball and him) that don't shoot well, which is not the formula for success with LeBron. LJ needs good shooters around him so he can drive, which in turn allows him room to shoot; he can't be the only shooter on the team..

    I do think Ball will be the odd man out somehow. Whatever his strengths, I don't think Magic Johnson will want Lavar around screwing with LeBron.

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  • BearKatz
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    Listening to Golic & Wingo this morning, chances are Lonzo could be the odd man out.... Not a great shooter, and if they use Lonzo as a package deal to get Leonard, it's a win for the Lakers...

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  • Lobot
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    Let's see here. Lance is coming in probably as a back up to Lonzo Ball. It would be hilarious if he started over Lonzo just to see Lavar Ball's head explode.

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  • Geaux Juan
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    Originally posted by CroninCrazy View Post
    Lance Stephenson to the Lakers! He is following LeBron James to LA!
    No more ear-blowing? I sure hope not.

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  • CroninCrazy
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    Lance Stephenson to the Lakers! He is following LeBron James to LA!

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  • Lobot
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    Pacer s decided yesterday not to pick up his option for next year. This doesn't mean they won't resign him they just didn't want to pay him the salary he had coming for next year. 4.1M I believe ?

    The Pacers fanbase is giving the franchise incredible levels of grief over this.

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  • Lobot
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    Lance going at Lebron last night is worthy of a link this morning. Lance being Lance. Dude's crazy.

    http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/2...indiana-pacers

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  • Lobot
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    Lance loooking like Lance off the bench for the Pacers last night vs. SK and the Nets. 16 pts and 31% FG. SK did not make it off the bench last night.

    http://www.nba.com/games/20171018/BKNIND#/boxscore

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  • Geaux Juan
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    An interesting quote from the AP from last night's Pacer game vs. the Bulls.

    "Lance Stephenson has been with Indiana for only a week and (Paul) George can see what a difference he makes. Stephenson had eight points, six rebounds and three assists in a reserve role. "Lance definitely has given us life, a new excitement to this team," George said. "He's helped take a lot of the burden off me.""

    Indiana "gets" Born Ready, for some reason. Can't change the past, but it does makes one wonder what would BR's career would have been like if he'd hadn't left Indy in the first place.

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