G - FA
Lance Stephenson scored 25 points (10-15 FG, 5-5 3PT), grabbed two rebounds, and added two assists in 23 minutes off the bench during Thursday's 133-103 loss to the Grizzlies.
The veteran didn't miss from beyond the arc off the bench in Thursday's blowout loss. Stephenson has shown his ability to explode for games like this in the past, but there has not been enough consistency of late to consider him for any fantasy formats.
Lance Stephenson (ankle) is unavailable to play in Sunday's contest against the Atlanta Hawks.
Sunday will mark the fourth-straight game that Stephenson has missed with his ankle injury, and it's not clear if there is a return on the horizon. Look for somebody like Chris Duarte (toe) to see additional run if he can't go.
According to the NBA Injury Report, Lance Stephenson (ankle) will not play on Saturday against the Spurs.
The Pacers will be without several bodies on Saturday including Malcolm Brogdon, Lance Stephenson, Myles Turner, TJ McConnell, and Ricky Rubio. The absences of both Brogdon and Stephenson should clear minutes for Terry Taylor and Chris Duarte.
According to the Pacers on Twitter, Lance Stephenson is a late scratch on Tuesday vs. the Cavaliers.
After being ruled active just two hours prior to tip-off, Stephenson has now been declared a late scratch according to the Pacers official media account. His absence should clear way for Terry Taylor and Duane Washington to see more minutes in the rotation.
Lance Stephenson (ankle) will be available to play in Tuesday's game against the Indiana Pacers.
Stephenson is going to continue to play through a left ankle sprain he sustained in early February. While he is active, that doesn't mean he is 100%, as he has been cold lately. Fantasy managers should be happy he's playing but temper expectations.