Chase Budinger does not see the bucket of confetti behind Lance's back. (David Sherman/NBAE/Getty Images)
If you're anything like us here at BDL HQ, your head's swimming after all that trade chatter. (Even if you thought the sum total was a little boring.) In times like these, it's helpful to take a step back, take a deep breath, and just let something ridiculous wash over you.
To that end, with a gracious hat-tip to longtime friend of the program @Jose3030, here's a couple of minutes of Indiana Pacers guard Lance Stephenson dribbling the ball all over the place, as soundtracked by "Sweet Georgia Brown," the song so famously associated with the Harlem Globetrotters. It is simple, it is stupid, it made Your Punch-Drunk Man laugh, and it is an effective way to wipe all that nasty luxury-tax-dodging, second-round-pick-piling business right out of the front of your brain. Enjoy.
The best part? Lance responded:
— Lance Stephenson (@StephensonLance) February 20, 2014
No way, Lance. No bucket of cold water, no foul.
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