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All Rodney Stuckey apologists should just skip to the next slide.
So far, Stuckey, not Prince, is the biggest disappointment on this team, and they both represent upwards of $13 million per season that so far is being wasted.
Stuckey recently has been hampered by a groin injury, but that has actually been some good news as it is freeing up valuable minutes for rookie Brandon Knight.
Stuckey plays solid perimeter defense, and it is true that that aspect of his game has been invisible during the last two games he missed.
But offensively, Stuckey appears to have regressed. He is currently shooting 32 percent from the field, to go along with just over 10 points per game.
He continues to exhibit very selfish play regardless of position. When you factor in the fact that he is a point guard and he is only averaging four assists per game, you really have to wonder what is going on in his head.
Stuckey continues to have the problem of driving to the hoop with no apparent idea of what to do once he gets there.
In fact, Stuckey may be the worst finisher on the team.
The good news is that he is sure to lose more minutes to Knight as the season moves forward.
The bad news is that at this point, his trade value is being very stunted.