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RODNEY STUCKEY RUMORS

Report: Pacers re-sign Rodney Stuckey to three-year deal

The Indiana Pacers were going to have competition for the services of backup point guard Rodney Stuckey. But in the end, Stuckey was a man of his word, and he'll be back with the Pacers next season.Earlier this summer at a Pacers charity mini-golf event, Stuckey told the team's official website that he wanted to be back in Indiana next season. Now, with that said, a lot can change...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

Pacers, Rodney Stuckey Agree to Three-Year, $21 Million Deal

Rodney Stuckey was a major key for the Indiana Pacers last season, but there were quite a few rumors that he might not end up back with the team for the 2015-16 season. According to a report from Shams Charania of RealGM.com, the Pacers have agreed to a three-year contract worth $21 million with Stuckey. Rodney Stuckey has agreed in principle on three-year, $21 million deal with...
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July 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Cavs Rumors: Cleveland Cavaliers Interested in Guard Rodney Stuckey

In the quest to bolster the team’s bench, the Cleveland Cavaliers are rumored to now be looking at free agent guard Rodney Stuckey, who played this past year with the Indiana Pacers. That news comes via a tweet from Cleveland Plain Dealer beat reporter Chris Haynes, who cites league sources for his information. Haynes states that the interest right now is exploratory but that each...
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July 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Cleveland Cavaliers Interested in Signing Rodney Stuckey

Rodney Stuckey appeared to be a completely different player with the Indiana Pacers last season than he was the year before with the Detroit Pistons. He was a very solid three-point shooter, and was much more aggressive on the offensive end of the court than he had been throughout his career to that point. This offseason, he is one of the more intriguing free agents on the market...
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July 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Washington Wizards Interested in Signing Rodney Stuckey

Rodney Stuckey bounced back with a huge season last year with the Indiana Pacers after struggling to end his career with the Detroit Pistons. He signed a one-year contract with the Pacers in order to prove himself to the NBA once again, and was able to do just that. According to a report, the Washington Wizards are interested in signing him in free agency. Just told that Rodney...
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July 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: At least four teams reached out to Rodney Stuckey before Pacers

If the Indiana Pacers are truly invested in bringing back guard Rodney Stuckey this offseason, they have a kind of funny way of showing it.The Pacers are reportedly engaged in a full-steam-ahead sense in contract negotiations with Dallas Mavericks free agent guard Monta Ellis, which might be reason enough to suspect Stuckey isn't long for his days in Indiana. But Candace Buckner...
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July 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Rockets interested in adding Rodney Stuckey

The Houston Rockets may not be able to clear enough cap space to sign a max free agent, but coming off a run to the Western Conference finals a few weeks ago, maybe they don't need to. Instead, Houston finds itself in the market for a secondary ball-handler who can score by himself, create off the dribble and take some pressure off James Harden's shoulders. Indiana Pacers guard...
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June 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Rodney Stuckey Interested in Signing with Chicago Bulls

Rodney Stuckey signed a one-year contract with the Indiana Pacers last offseason after a disappointing finish to his tenure with the Detroit Pistons. He signed the deal in order to prove himself to the rest of the NBA once again, and he was able to do just that. Now, he is set to cash in on free agency after the solid season that he was able to put together. According to a report...
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June 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Indiana Pacers: Grading the free agent pickups

After finishing the 2013-2014 season in disappointing fashion, the Indiana Pacers had several glaring needs to address going into the free agency period. The Pacers are in desperate need of a quality ball-handler who can take care of the ball when pressured. No one on the Pacers’ roster was successful against the Miami Heat’s constant on-the-ball defensive pressure, which inevitably...
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July 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Pistons: 3 reasons to trade into first round

The Detroit Pistons lost their lottery pick in the upcoming 2014 NBA Draft.  The Cleveland Cavaliers and a 2012 trade blunder can be thanked for that. And now the Pistons find themselves sitting not-so-pretty without a pick until the 38th overall in what many believe is the deepest draft in some time. No, Detroit could not hope to land the likes of headliners Andrew Wiggins, Joel...
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June 06, 2014  |  Discuss
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