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Rodney Stuckey has been the subject of trade rumors, but a league source claims he's not available.
The Pistons added to their backcourt in the offseason with Brandon Jennings and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.
Stuckey will be a free agent in July.
BEST OF MAXIM
Only one word can describe the Detroit Pistons’ 106-102 loss last night to the Kobe-less Los Angeles Lakers: frustrating.
The Pistons controlled the game for three quarters, particularly in the paint racking up an NBA season-high 76 points, but questionable lineup decisions and play-calling down the stretch haunted them as they dropped to 6-10 on the season.
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AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- The Detroit Pistons knew coming into the season that outside shooting was going to be their biggest weakness.
They never expected it to be this bad.
The Pistons went 0-15 on jumpers in the first half Friday, and although they hit a few after the intermission, the outside ineptitude was enough to let the Los Angeles Lakers steal a 106-102 victory.
While the Pistons season to this point can be categorized as a disappointment, there has still been enough promising parts to be able to keep some optimism. Andre Drummond looks like he’s taken yet another step towards becoming an NBA superstar, Brandon Jennings has been one of the more unselfish players in the league, and […]The post Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Showing Signs Of...
It’s not exactly panic time just yet, but at least one Piston is tired of the “it’s still early” mantra and is beginning to get antsy with the inconsistent play in the first 15 games of the season.
Brandon Jennings even uttered the phrase, “no excuses,” in referring to what the Pistons’ mind-set should be, not long after feeling the sting of a whipping at the hands...
Rodney Stuckey has played pretty well since returning from his thumb injury, and he shows that he still has some hops when he drives the lanes and absolutely annihilates Carlos Boozer with this nasty dunk.
Boozer and the Bulls got the last laugh with the win.
Detroit Pistons guard Rodney Stuckey showcased that he has the ability to finish over defenders at the rim every now and then, and last night was no exception. Watch below as he posterizes Bulls’ forward Carlos Boozer. H/T Thacover2
The additions of Brandon Jennings and Josh Smith, and the emergence of Andre Drummond, have caused Rodney Stuckey to sometimes be a forgotten about man for the Detroit Pistons. The seventh-year player has rebounded from a disappointing 2012-2013 season to get this season off to a good start so far.
During Wednesday’s game against the Chicago...
Hard to fault Carlos Boozer on this one. There was no way he was stopping a rampaging Rodney Stuckey.
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