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Topic - Rodney Stuckey
Rodney Stuckey stood near his locker after what might have been his final home game for the Detroit Pistons.
Jeff Teague was in no mood to talk after the Atlanta Hawks missed a chance to win their third straight game.
Rodney Stuckey pulled the Pistons out of trouble.
The Detroit Pistons hadn't played this well in Utah since John Stockton and Karl Malone were on the Jazz.
Eric Bledsoe is getting close to his old self, and that's great news for the Phoenix Suns in their stretch run to try to make the playoffs.
The fact that San Antonio weathered a spate of injuries and a road trip that lasted nearly a month did not surprise Detroit coach John Loyer. But the efficiency the Spurs showed in their return home and return to health left him and the Pistons a bit awe-struck.
"Somebody just needs to not tell us our record and we'll just go out and play," Washington guard Bradley Beal said. "Every time they tell us '.500,' we just pressure ourselves too much and end up not showing up."
Josh Smith and Rodney Stuckey kept the Washington Wizards from their first winning record in more than four years.
TORONTO (AP) — Sloppy, selfish play in the second half of games is becoming a big problem for the Pistons.
Greg Monroe had 15 points and nine rebounds and rookie Andre Drummond added a double-double and the Detroit Pistons ended a six-game losing streak with a 100-68 rout Friday night.
The Washington Wizards lost to the Detroit Pistons 79-77 on Monday night at Verizon Center — a game that was a stunning mirror image of their last two home losses.
During the 1980s the Detroit Pistons were known as "The Bad Boys." Now, they're just bad.
Rajon Rondo will miss his sixth straight game for the Boston Celtics because of a sprained left ankle, sitting out Wednesday night at Detroit.
"Stability," Stuckey said. "You guys see it - always changes each and every year."
"July, it's going to be a good time. I'm excited just to see what different options I'll have," Stuckey said. "But at the same time, Detroit has drafted me and gave me this opportunity."