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Indy Cornrows Nov 19, 2014

Pacers injury update: Rodney Stuckey ready to play, C.J. Miles remains out against Hornets

The Pacers share some rare good news with regard to injuries as the team expects Rodney Stuckey to be available against the Hornets on Wednesday night. The Pacers will have a little more support off the bench tonight as Rodney Stuckey returns ready to play. Stuckey has been practicing with the team this week and after shootaround today Frank Vogel reported the guard would be available against the Hornets. Stuckey played reserve minutes in the first four games of the season but has missed the last seven games after aggravating his left foot injury midway through the game in Atlanta. Stuckey...
Indy Cornrows Nov 1, 2014

Pacers Injury Update: Rodney Stuckey leaves game in Atlanta with left foot strain

The injury impact continues to pile on the Pacers as Rodney Stuckey exits games against Hawks early. The jumper seemed benign enough. Fending off a double team, Roy Hibbert kicked the ball out to Rodney Stuckey who was open for a three-point jumper. Stuckey missed the shot but somewhere between lift off and landing, the Pacers early-season microwave strained the left foot he's been nursing back to full strength. After the discomfort lingered on the defensive end, Stuckey eventually left the court with trainer Josh Corbiel, and was ruled out for the rest of the game a few minutes...
Indy Cornrows Oct 30, 2014

Rodney Stuckey ran a beautiful offense on opening night

Frank Vogel might not have known what lineup he would have on the court in the fourth quarter, but he had some wonderful sets for his team early in the final quarter. Rodney Stuckey had an all-star performance in his limited minutes, but I’ll venture to guess that Alexey Shved’s defense will make lots of players look like all stars this season. But Stuckey showed some quality skills as an emergency back-up point guard, and Frank Vogel took full advantage. Indiana busted out a horns set featuring Stuckey’s playmaking ability, and it was BEAUTIFUL. Stuckey makes one hell of a pocket...