Rodney Stuckey wasn’t thinking about redemption on Sunday night.
He might have gotten some anyway.
Stuckey finished a tumultuous five-day stretch with 21 points and nine assists to help the Detroit Pistons beat the Golden State Warriors 102-97.
Stuckey’s problems started early in the second half of Wednesday’s loss in Atlanta. After he ignored coach John Kuester, he was benched for the rest of the game.
He remained on the sidelines for Friday’s win over Charlotte — Detroit’s first victory of the season — but was back in the starting lineup against Golden State.