NBA World Is Stunned By Lance Stephenson Tonight

Indiana Pacers Lance Stephenson celebrates during a game.

Indiana Pacers Lance Stephenson celebrates during a game.

Kyrie Irving’s return to the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night was quickly overshadowed by an unlikely foe: Indiana Pacers forward Lance Stephenson.

No, folks. It’s not 2014. The year is 2022 and Stephenson is showing out.

In his first home game with the Pacers since the 2017-18 season, Stephenson came off the bench six minutes into the first quarter to give his team a spark. He did that and then some, scoring 20 straight points to give Indiana a lead at the end of the quarter.

The highlight of his record-setting run came at the buzzer, when he drilled a sidestep three-pointer over Nets’ forward James Johnson to extend the Pacers’ lead to five.

Stephenson’s first quarter performance was nothing short of historic. He became the first player in NBA history to score 20 points off the bench in the first

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Photo Of Stunned LSU Fan Is Going Viral

LSU's mascot celebrating with fans.

LSU’s mascot celebrating with fans.

LSU fans couldn’t help but be in awe of Auburn quarterback Bo Nix during Saturday night’s SEC clash.

Trailing 13-0 in the second quarter and finding himself in LSU territory, Nix knew he needed to make a play for Auburn. He did just that.

Upon receiving the snap, Nix rolled to his right only to find several LSU defenders in his way. He then proceeded to roll back left and avoid multiple LSU defenders along the way before throwing a prayer to the end-zone which was caught for a highlight-play touchdown.

This was nasty.

Even LSU fans couldn’t believe it.

We’ve seen plenty of fans make similar faces in reaction to Bo Nix plays over the years. That includes both the good and the bad.

Nix is a home-run hitter. Sometimes it costs Auburn. Other times it results in big plays. Luckily for Auburn, it

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ESPN’s Kenny Mayne stunned by reaction to his departure

ESPN anchor Kenny Mayne, who announced last week that he will be leaving SportsCenter later this month, will participate in a Rebel Caravan event called “Quarterback Corner” at noon Thursday, the school announced Monday

Mayne, a former backup quarterback at UNLV, will join Rebels football coach Marcus Arroyo and athletic director Desiree Reed-Francois along with other former UNLV quarterbacks Steve Stallworth and Jason Thomas to talk about playing the position.

Those interested in watching can register at

Earlier Monday, Mayne wrote for the Los Angeles Times that he was blown away by the reaction after

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