On Tuesday night, the Toronto Raptors blew a 19-point first half lead to the Indiana Pacers.

As the clock ticked down in the fourth quarter, with the Pacers holding a 105-90 lead, the game was all but wrapped up. That's when Pacers' Lance Stephenson took the ball down the court and finished an unnecessary layup.

The Raptors clearly weren't happy with Stephenson, and let him know they didn't appreciate his layup at the end of regulation by getting up in his face, before a scuffle ensued between both teams.

After the game, P.J. Tucker let the media know his thoughts on Stephenson.



#PJTucker did not appreciate #LanceStephenson's layup in the closing seconds of their game tonight.

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Stephenson admit he got caught up in the moment, and apologized to the Raptors' players.