Guard Rodney Stuckey has always tantalized the Pistons with his talent. His game against the Lakers Tuesday night was one of those nights.
With the NBA’s leading scorer and future Hall of Famer Kobe Bryant on the floor, as well as the 7-foot duo of Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum, Stuckey was the game’s shining star. He had 34 points, including six in overtime, as the Pistons upset the Lakers 88-85 at The Palace.
“We couldn’t stop him,” Lakers coach Mike Brown said. “We blitzed him, we played our regular defense and all he did was just drive the ball every time. He got to the rim and got lay-up after lay-up after lay-up.”
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