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Rodney Stuckey is active for Tuesday's Pistons-Bucks game.
The Detroit guard was an odd DNP - coach's decision before Sunday's game even started.
Pistons beat writer Keith Langlois tweeted Tuesday that Stuckey would return to "normal usage" and quoted Detroit coach Lawrence Frank saying, "We're moving on."
No word on what exactly they're moving on from.
In 38 games this season, Stuckey is averaging 11.4 points, 2.7 rebounds, 4 assists and .5 steals in 28.4 minutes.
With no Stuckey on Sunday, Brandon Knight blew up with 31 points. Will Bynum will take a hit in this logjam.
Stuckey active, back to normal usage for tonight vs. MIL. "We're moving on," LFrank said after shootaround.
— Keith Langlois (@Keith_Langlois) January 29, 2013
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