Lance Stephenson will most likely complete this season with the team that brought him to the NBA — the Indiana Pacers. According to Marc Stein, the Pacers are expected to keep the 31-year-old shooting guard, who was signed under a 10-day hardship deal.

The former second round draft pick has played four games for Indiana, getting more playing time and increasing his numbers. Most recently, he set his career high with 14 assists along with 16 points, as the Pacers defeated the Jazz.

Prior to that, Stephenson dropped 30 points in the loss against Brooklyn. Over four games with Indiana, he averaged 14.3 points, 3 rebounds and 6 assists in 22.8 minutes per game.