The Pistons are in Cali…Rodney Stuckey still in Detroit

by | Nov 10, 2008 | 6 comments

Your update on Rodney Stuckey: He didn’t make the trip to California.

“When the Pistons boarded their flight to Sacramento on Monday morning, they were another point guard short of a full team. One week after the Pistons traded Chauncey Billups in the deal for Allen Iverson, Rodney Stuckey stayed home for further medical observation after a bout with dizziness during Sunday’s loss to Boston.” Via

Wait, does this mean more BYNUM?

Video Courtesy of The NBA, The Detroit Pistons and FSN Detroit


  1. The Fluidics

    Well that’s gonna be trouble.
    Hopefully it’ll be time for AI to shine and Bynum to continue to step up.

  2. pistonsfan101

    Yeah.. hoping AI can shine against Kings. whom we have not beaten in a LONG time….

  3. Richie

    It has to mean more Bynum. That’s fine by me. I still think he’s the more mature gaurd and maybe this will give him a chance to prove it. I sure hope Rodney’s okay though.

  4. Steve

    The Kings shouldn’t be a problem, as Kevin Martin (aka their only good player) is out with an injury.

    The Warriors should be an easy win as well.
    Lakers and Suns will be hard, especially w/o Stuckey.

  5. T-Fouled

    Time to step it up, I see this trip as the perfect opportunity to get together and find a new groove. AI is simply too fast for the rest of the guys, he gets em wide open shots on great passes but they’re a step behind, they don’t expect the ball so their timing is off, also creating turnovers… So should AI slow down or the rest of the team speed up? If we want that trade to help the team rise to the next level I believe they’ll havre to speed up otherwise we should have kept slowhand Billups…

  6. Ronnie

    Wow, look at J-Max attacking that rim for a possible putback. I dont know if this video is sped up but he was going at it.


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