Tuesday, November 12th, 2013 at 9:10 am  |  19 responses

Lance Stephenson With First Career Triple-Double (VIDEO)

Born Ready lights up the Grizzlies.

The increasingly-scary Indiana Pacers moved to 8-0 on the season with a 95-79 win over the Memphis Grizzlies. Lance Stephenson’s triple dip (13 points, and career-highs of 12 assists and 11 boards) led the way.

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  • pposse

    the legend of swagger lance

  • spit hot fiyah

    did anyone see the tech he got for taunting?

    this was vogel’s reaction

  • Above_You

    I more impressed by the 12 assists with only one turnover than anything else he did last night.

  • Dfrance

    “Born Not Quite Ready But Took Some Time And Now He’s Ready”

  • Max

    ^^ hahaha

  • Max

    Ofcourse I dropped him a couple of days ago..

  • keyon dooling

    but he still can’t go left! does anyone read scouting reports?

  • alannah mcgrowdie

    My Uncle Cooper
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  • LakeShow

    Not bad for a crack head…

  • LakeShow

    Dude had like 9-9-8 at half time.

    Better have grabbed that trip-dub!

  • LakeShow

    Of course everyone reads scouting reports in the NBA.

    They just can’t stop it.

    There’s plenty of guys in the L that love to or can only go a certain direction. Doesn’t mean you can stop them.

  • underdog

    Man, I’m just happy for this dude.

  • Wings23

    I don’t know why but I really want this guy to do well in the L

  • Tim

    Made the comment years ago but still think me moves a bit like MJ.

    No comparison other than to say they both have long arms big hands and Lance’s shooting release and the way he moves naturally in some ways is similar in appearance to the Air up there, his airness.

  • pposse

    yes! yes yes..he earned himself a new nickname!

  • pposse

    how dare you speak so freely those silly thoughts!

  • TBRK

    got that name for doggin NBA players at the EBC when he was 15 years old….kids talent is off the charts, finally realizing his potential. So glad he’s made the turn Sebastian never could

  • Dfrance

    Oh I know he’s a legend in NYC. Unlike Bassy, Lance has an organization that has his back 100%. No team ever gave Sebastian a chance to develop in my opinion.

  • Dfrance

    Ginobili and Harden go left almost exclusively and everyone knows it, yet they score whenever they want. lol.