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Indy Cornrows Jul 5, 2015

Report: Pacers, Rodney Stuckey reach agreement on multi-year deal

Rodney Stuckey is going nowhere. The cap-space soon-to-be cleared from agreeing to trade Roy Hibbert to the Los Angeles Lakers made re-signing Rodney Stuckey to a multi-year agreement possible, reports RealGM's Shams Charania: Rodney Stuckey has agreed in principle on three-year, $21 million deal with the Indiana Pacers, league sources tell RealGM. Year 3 opt out. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 5, 2015 Having previously agreed to a veteran's minimum deal after languishing for several seasons in Detroit, Stuckey rebuilt his playing reputation with the Indiana Pacers last...
Plain Dealer Jul 4, 2015

Free agent Rodney Stuckey receiving interest from Cleveland Cavaliers

The Cleveland Cavaliers reach out to free agent point guard Rodney Stuckey for backcourt help.
Fear The Sword Jul 3, 2015

Report: Mutual interest between Cleveland Cavaliers and free agent Rodney Stuckey

The 29-year-old guard could provide the Cavs with some much-needed backcourt depth. According to Chris Haynes of Northeast Ohio Media Group, there is mutual interest between the Cleveland Cavaliers and free agent guard Rodney Stuckey. At this point, nothing appears imminent, but Stuckey is "intrigued" by possibly joining the Cavs, according to Haynes. Free agent G Rodney Stuckey registering interest from #Cavs, league sources tell @Clevelanddotcom. Exploratory, but interest is mutual. — Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) July 3, 2015 Last season with Indiana, Stuckey made $1.2 million...
Bullets Forever Jul 3, 2015

Top stories of the Week: Free Agency Fireworks, Pierce's departure, and the Mystics' poor showing at WNBA All-Star returns

A busy week is about to come to a close. It goes without saying that this was a busy week for basketball fans in the D.C. area. Let's hit some of the top stories. 1. NBA Free Agency is in full effect We have a lot of stories on it, where a lot of players are supposedly interested in signing up to play in the nation's capital. Click here to get to our NBA Free Agency section to check it out. If there's one common denominator to the free agency stories, it's that a lot of Pacers players seem to have interest in the Wizards, like David West, C.J. Watson, Rodney Stuckey, and Chris Copeland. 2....
Bullets Forever Jul 2, 2015

Wizards are interested in C.J. Watson, according to a report

Well, it turns out the Wizards are looking at more than one guard who played for the Pacers last season. In addition to Rodney Stuckey, the Wizards have expressed interest in C.J. Watson, according to Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post. The Clippers and Mavericks have also expressed interest in Watson, according to Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders. Unlike Stuckey, Watson will be a bit further down on the Wizards' priority list. He doesn't fill an immediate need, but could be a useful addition for the Wizards. He's coming off a season in Indiana where he averaged 14.4 points, 5.3...
Bullets Forever Jul 1, 2015

Rodney Stuckey could be the Wizards' backup plan if Pierce leaves

As we've discussed before, the Wizards would be left in a tough spot if Paul Pierce decides to leave Washington. It would be hard to find a player to replace Pierce's output without using cap room the Wizards don't have or offering a long-term deal the Wizards don't want to give. So how would the Wizards compensate for losing Pierce? Well, based on some reports, it may not be by signing a stretch four to fill the role he handled so well in the playoffs. Instead, the Wizards might be looking at...Rodney Stuckey, according to J. Michael of CSN Washington: The Wizards, CSNwashington.com has...

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