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Indy Cornrows Mar 29, 2015

Pacers need Rodney Stuckey back more than Paul George

The return of Paul George is a nice story but the Pacers really need a healthy Rodney Stuckey to return if they want to make the playoffs this season. The Pacers continually answer the questions about when Paul George may return and while the team's star appears ready to make an appearance, Frank Vogel and Co. likely are more concerned about getting Rodney Stuckey back in the mix. No disrespect to the Pacers' max star, but the team is still playing for this season and unbelievably still only one game out of the playoffs. To make that post-season goal, Stuckey's healthy return is far more...
Indy Cornrows Mar 25, 2015

Rodney Stuckey (strained calf) out against Wizards

The Pacers will again be without guard Rodney Stuckey as they try to get back in the win column against the Washington Wizards. After an MRI revealed a strain in his left calf, the Pacers ruled Rodney Stuckey out for Wednesday's game against Washington Wizards. During Indiana's 7-game win streak, Stuckey was considered a major contributing factor to his team's success as he averaged a team-high 19.4 points on 48.0% shooting. Over that same span of time, Indiana's most used 5-man bench unit, including C.J. Watson and Stuckey joined by Damjan Rudež, Luis Scola and Ian Mahinmi, outscored...
Indy Cornrows Mar 23, 2015

Paul George ruled out, buzz starting to take its toll

With no end in sight to the will-he-won't-he speculation, know that cautiousness will prevail where uncertainty and constant inquiry abound. Momentarily nipping the will-he-won't-he saga in the bud, the Indiana Pacers have already ruled Paul George out for Monday night's contest against the Houston Rockets: Injury report: Rodney Stuckey (sore left calf) is questionable and Paul George is out for tonight's game against the Rockets. — Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) March 23, 2015 Up until Saturday's game against the Brooklyn Nets, the Pacers had not made a practice of mentioning George in...
Detroit Bad Boys Mar 16, 2015

NBA free agents: Rodney Stuckey blames poor 2014 free agency interest on Pistons

Someone in the Pistons' organization was reportedly trying to discredit the combo-guard's character heading into last year's offseason. After being drafted 15th overall in 2007 by Detroit, Rodney Stuckey would go on to play seven years of inconsistent basketball in a Pistons uniform, but only found his true role during his last season in Motown. As a sixth-man, Stuckey had a renaissance season of sorts, playing some of the best basketball of his career, and was poised to enter free-agency with a solid resume. However, as he recalls in an interview with Pacers.com's Mark Monteith, the...
Indy Cornrows Mar 14, 2015

Rodney Stuckey hoping to stick with Pacers past this season

Rodney Stuckey not only recovered his NBA reputation with the Pacers but has enhanced it and in the process may have found a new home. Rodney Stuckey has been a revelation of late as he's played a monster role in helping the Pacers win 13 of their last 15 games. The guy the Pacers hoped would fill in for Lance Stephenson's role in the playing rotation, has adapted a different role but filled the need and then some. We're talking 20 lbs. of spuds in a 10 lbs. bag. Plenty left over from filling in for Lance to actually lift the Pacers to another level. Hard to think of a player who arrived...
Indy Cornrows Mar 12, 2015

Rodney Stuckey deserves 6th Man of the Year consideration

Since permanently moving to the bench, the Pacers guard has lit up opponents and led the Pacers to a winning surge that has them firmly in the playoff mix. Rodney Stuckey spent a large chunk of the season filling various roles in the Pacers' playing rotation while the team dealt with several injuries (including missed games from Stuckey himself). Through the ups and downs, Stuckey started 36 games. But once George Hill returned healthy and the rotation adjusted, Stuckey has assumed the sixth-man role and blossomed as key reason the team is in the playoff mix now in the Eastern...
Orlando Sentinel Mar 10, 2015

Magic crushed by Pacers 118-86 as Rodney Stuckey scores 34 points

INDIANAPOLIS — Rodney Stuckey attempted his first shot Tuesday night just a few seconds after he first entered the Indiana Pacers' game against the Orlando Magic.
Indy Cornrows Mar 10, 2015

Rodney Stuckey scores big as Pacers outgun Magic

Indiana hit 17 three pointers as they blew out Orlando 118-86. Rodney Stuckey led the Pacers with a season best 34 points. The Orlando Magic landed the first blow against the Indiana Pacers, hitting eight their first 12 shots and storming out to a 28-20 lead late in the first quarter. But six points to end the first by Rodney Stuckey cut the lead to two as the Pacers ran off 18 straight points to take a 38-28 lead. The Magic would cut the lead to five in the second quarter, but with how the Pacers shot the ball, the Magic had a tall order in keeping pace with Indiana, eventually letting up...
Indy Cornrows Mar 10, 2015

Pacers final score: Pacers rout Magic 118-86

Rodney Stuckey was on fire, scoring 34 points on six threes as Indiana made 17 on the night to rout Orlando. The Indiana Pacers started slow, but came together quickly to dismantle the Magic over the course of the final three quarters, using 17 three pointers and 37 assists on 45 field goals to win their sixth straight game. Rodney Stuckey had 25 points in the first half as part of his season high 34, shooting 13-19 on the night with six three pointers. The Pacers shot 52.9% on the night, getting 17 points from Damjan Rudez, leading the starters in points on a night led by the bench, who...
Indy Cornrows Mar 7, 2015

Pacers final score: Pacers get away from Knicks 92-86

Rodney Stuckey had 17 and George Hill had 15 as they helped close out New York to capture their fifth straight win. An ugly night for the Indiana Pacers wound up with a fortunate win over the New York Knicks as Indiana closes strong to win their fifth straight game. The Pacers scored seven straight in the final three minutes to break an 83-83 tie, closing out the Knicks for the 92-86 win. Indiana shot just 28.6% in the first half, but opened up in the fourth, outscoring the Knicks 32-23. Rodney Stuckey (17) and George Hill (15) led the Pacers with big buckets late to close the game out, but...

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