Some Pistons fans question why general manager Joe Dumars signed Rodney Stuckey to a three-year, $25 million deal rather than let him walk or sign him to a one-year qualifier.
Roy Hibbert had 16 points and 14 rebounds to help the Indiana Pacers defeat the Detroit Pistons 91-79 on Monday night in the season opener for both teams at the renamed Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Matt Dery’s sources tell him that the Pistons have not offered Stuckey “Mike Conley” money.
According to ESPN’s Chad Ford the Detroit Pistons offered restricted free agent Rodney Stuckey a contract offer of 4 years between $40 and $45 million.
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That gives the Pistons a new floor leader and increases the possibility that 2010-11 leading scorer and restricted free agent Rodney Stuckey will not return.
According to the Detroit News the Detroit Pistons will tender guard Rodney Stuckey to a $3.8 million qualifying off this week.
Gores was asked who he will turn to for basketball knowledge and then looked down in the front row and said “Joe Dumars will tell me everything I need to know.”
Rodney Stuckey didn’t sound very convincing when he said he could return to the Pistons next season and play under coach John Kuester. His voice cracked and there was a bit of hesitation.
Rodney Stuckey is averaging 22.7 points and 8.3 assists off the bench in his last three games, including a game-high 24 points and 11 assists against Charlotte Sunday.