You couldn't expect much from Rodney Stuckey at the beginning of the season when he was stuck behind Chauncey Billups. Many owners wondered what Stuckey could do, even if he ever was awarded a starting position.
When the Detroit Pistons dealt Chauncey Billups in exchange for Allen Iverson, it seemed as if Stuckey was pinned behind yet another elite guard.
Eventually the Piston's decided to give Stuckey his big break at the starting point guard position. Stuckey has been relentless on opposing defenses ever since, including a 38 and 40 point scoring effort in the past month.
Since being inserted into the starting lineup, Stuckey has averaged 18.4 points, 5.8 assists, 4.1 rebounds and 1.5 steals and still manages to do this playing alongside Allen Iverson. Stuckey has Detroit fans saying..."Chauncey who?"