Lance Stephenson broke one of the NBA's unwritten rules Tuesday night when he made uncontested layup with 3.3 seconds left in the Indiana Pacers' 108-90 win over Toronto.
The Raptors, predictably, were not happy and the game ended with a brief pushing and shouting sequence. Stephenson and Toronto's P.J. Tucker received technical fouls.
"Bush league," Raptors coach Dwane Casey said.
"Tasteless, classless," added Tucker.
Stephenson apologized after the game: "I didn't mean no harm."
A day later, Stephenson was not quite as sorry.
Stephenson posted this video to his Instagram, pointing out that Toronto's Norman Powell threw down a windmill dunk in the closing seconds of a 24-point win over the Philadelphia 76ers last April.