Lance Stephenson: 'LeBron James comments had no impact'

Lance Stephenson of the Indiana Pacers watches a free throw against the Chicago Bulls during action on October 5, 2013
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Lance Stephenson insists that LeBron James made no impact with his comments during game three of the Eastern Conference finals.

Lance Stephenson has claimed that LeBron James displayed his weakness after the two were spotted making comments towards each other throughout game three of the Eastern Conference finals.

Miami won Saturday's game to take a 2-1 lead in the series, but it was the battle between the duo which caught the attention of most people and convinced Stephenson that he was inside the four-time MVP's head.

"To me, it's a sign of weakness," the 23-year-old told reporters. "[People] used to say that to me. I'm going to do something to get you mad. Now he's trying to do it to me.

"I feel like there's a weakness and I feel like I'm doing something right to get underneath his skin."

Game four of the series takes place on Monday night.

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