Rodney Stuckey Injury: Updates on Pistons Guard's Knee and Return

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Rodney Stuckey Injury: Updates on Pistons Guard's Knee and Return
Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

A sore knee knocked Rodney Stuckey out of the Detroit Pistons' game against the Chicago Bulls on Saturday night.

Justin White of Fox Sports Detroit broke the news.

According to Vincent Goodwill of the Detroit News, Stuckey had looked over at Arnie Kander, Detroit's strength and conditioning coach, on the bench to signal that something was wrong.

The injury couldn't come at a worse time for the seventh-year guard. He's having one of the best seasons of his NBA career, leading the team with 16.2 points on 47.5 percent shooting. His player efficiency rating of 18.3 is third on the team.

He has been one of the major bright spots for a Pistons team that has underwhelmed this year despite adding Josh Smith and Brandon Jennings in the offseason.

At least the injury doesn't appear to be serious. The only issue is how much longer the sore knee will linger for Stuckey.

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