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Lance Stephenson “Chokes” LeBron James in the Indiana Pacers 94-75 Win Over The Miami Heat [VIDEO]

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The Miami Heat were bad, really bad in game 3 of the eastern conference semifinals against the Indiana Pacers. The Heat fell 94-75 to the Pacers to fall behind 2-1 in the series.

The Heat played miserably. They were led in scoring by Mario Chalmers, who had 25 points. LeBron James had an average game, scoring 22 points with 7 rebounds. The question mark come from Dwyane Wade, who played 37 minutes, but had just 5 points on the night. George Hill led the Pacers with 20 points in the victory.

The controversy coming out of the game, besides the Heats bad play, was something that was caught on tape on the Pacers’ bench. Check out the video below of Lance Stephenson “chocking” Lebron James. Obviously its poking fun at LeBron and the disappearing acts he tends to make in key games, but some people think Stephenson went too far.

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