Lance Stephenson is at it again

The Indiana Pacers' prankster was back to his wild ways in the first half of Game 6, slapping LeBron James in the head, smacking Norris Cole on a loose ball and more.

Lance Stephenson is at it again. His quest to get under LeBron James' skin throughout the Eastern Conference finals continues. He took it to the next level when he blew into his ear in Game 5 and vowed he wouldn't do it again. He never said he wouldn't smack LeBron's face with his hand, though:


Further review isn't necessary here, but why not a different angle on Stephenson's sneak hand-over-face attack:


To be fair, James covered Stephenson's entire face with the palm of his hand when contesting his shot earlier in the game:


How is the hand smelling contest going, gentlemen? Let's get Norris Cole in on it at the cost of a flagrant foul now! Boom, right in the kisser:


Udonis Haslem wasn't taking to keenly on Lance's "antics," as you can imagine. Or, visualize, as he says a few "friendly" things to him from the bench. It's not hard to get creative and figure out what Haslem is saying here:

And let's top it all off with the "Smack That" edition of Lance Stephenson and LeBron James' exhanging hand pleasantries:

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