One day after Larry Bird said he wants Lance Stephenson back with the Indiana Pacers, Stephenson’s agent told the two sides hope “to get a deal done.”

“They are a quality organization from the top down,” Alberto Ebanks told of the Pacers. “We are going to try to get a deal done. The communication has been there for the last four years with the Pacers and it has been beneficial for the Pacers and for Lance. I hope we can come to terms.”

Ebanks told on Saturday that there would be “no shortage” of suitors for Stephenson, and reiterated Tuesday he plans to speak with other interested clubs.

After the Pacers lost to the Miami Heat in six games in the Eastern Conference Finals, Stephenson expressed his desire to return to Indiana, where his idol Bird has mentored him throughout the early portion of tumultuous career.

Addressing the media on Monday, Bird said he wanted the 23-year-old Brooklyn native back despite his antics against the Heat — which included blowing in LeBron James’s ear, touching James’s face and accumulating $15,000 in fines for flopping.