Lance Stephenson Sparks Scuffle After Garbage Time Layup with Pacers Up Double-Digits

Lance Stephenson is back with the Indiana Pacers and helped them get a much-needed win over the Toronto Raptors Tuesday night (Apr. 4).  The victory, however, was not without drama as in typical Born Ready fashion.

Stephenson hit a big corner 3-pointer to put Indiana up by 10 with 90 seconds left.

But with three seconds left and the Pacers up double-digits, Stephenson was still feeling it and went for a breakaway layup, breaking an unwritten basketball rule against stat padding when the game was already decided.

Both teams ended up in a huge quarrel and several technical fouls were assessed, including one to DeMar DeRozan, PJ Tucker and Stephenson himself.

Pacers beat the Raptors, 108-90 and after the game, Stephenson apologized.

Tucker ripped Stephenson after the game.