There were moments in the fourth quarter Friday night when Lance Stephenson looked more like a dynamo unleashed than a fringe player figuring some things out.
He threw a lob for a dunk, stole a cross-court pass, spun for a layup and swished a jumper. He topped it all with a quote seemingly straight out of a tall tale for someone who hadn't played in seven of 12 games recently because his coach thought he had better options.
"I feel like nobody can guard me in this league," Stephenson said in all seriousness after helping the Clippers push past the Orlando Magic, 107-93, at the Amway Center.
That held true for the Magic, at...