Stuckey may miss Friday’s game against the Heat

by | Jan 27, 2011 | 9 comments

Rodney Stuckey takes a hard hit
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Rodney Stuckey left Wednesday night’s game against Denver withe a shoulder contusion after taking a vicious looking hit (screen) by Carmelo Anthony and didn’t return. X-rays were negative,

“He caught me at a good angle and I got hit,” Stuckey said. “I know I’m going to be sore tomorrow. We’ll see how it goes, just take it day by day.”


  1. Damien W.

    They didn’t show the game on FSN Detroit, so I didn’t get to see it. That’s terrible to hear. Hope you get better Stuck!

    But, do you think that Rip may finally get some playing time again coming off the bench since our starting SG is now (possibly) out? (Of course, Ben Gordon is going to take his place, unless Kuester comes from left field and does something else)

  2. junior

    It was on fsd+ and on fsd at midnight

  3. edt

    this is good news, it could have been much worse.

    • junior

      i agree with you edt, hopefully stuck will be back soon only miss a couple games or so. i dont think he would miss too many games if it wasnt his shooting shoulder. get better stuck we need you.

  4. pistonsfan101

    Hopefully Rip gets to play now!!!

  5. zeke khaseli

    Hopefully Stuckey will get well soon. RIP needs to be traded period

  6. Kashmeer

    It will be very interesting to watch the new look rotation without Stuckey.
    I wonder how the offense will run

  7. daddy

    i net gordon still wont play 35 mins and q will sit anyone thats hot.

  8. daddy

    sorry bet*


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