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Watch Boyz II Men Sing ‘End of The Road’ in Tribute of Indiana Pacers’ Lance Stephenson

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By Shannon Carlin

Indiana Pacers’ Lance Stephenson may be known as the guy who not-so-sweetly blew in LeBron James’ ear during the Eastern Conference finals, but now we might want to remember him as the guy who earned a tribute from Boyz II Men.

The Philly group dedicated their song “End of The Road” to Stephenson, whose team recently lost its bid for the NBA finals to LeBron’s Miami Heat, on ESPN’s Sportsnation.

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The guys sang their 1991 hit with clips of Stephenson’s kooky on court behavior, which included flagrant fouls, falling on purpose and tongue wagging that would surely make Miley Cyrus proud.

Boyz II Men brought it all for the loving a cappella tribute, having a little fun as they said their heartfelt goodbyes to the shooting guard. “When I can’t sleep at night, without being alright, Lance, each time I try, I just break down and cry,” they sang.

The guys are currently gearing up for the September release of their album, Collide and playing a residency in Las Vegas.
On August 16, they’ll play a show after the Mets game at New York’s Citi Field.

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