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Rodney Stuckey missed practice today and is a game-time decision 3/21 vs. Nuggets (Detroit Sports Nation via Twitter)
Lions re-sign linebacker Ashlee Palmer (MLive)
Lions interested in re-signing running back Kevin Smith (MLive)
Joey MacDonald relieved by initial MRI results (MLive)
Reports: Trey Zeigler released from Central Michigan, has heard from U-M, MSU, UCLA, Duke (Detroit Free Press)
Draymond Green Named NABC All-American; first Spartan to be named a First-Team All-American by the NABC since Mateen Cleaves in 1999 (MSUSpartans.com)
MSU, Oregon to play football series in 2014-15; replaces previously-scheduled series with West Virginia (Green Thoughts)
Mikel Leshoure expected to make full recovery by start of season (Detroit Free Press)
Detroit Lions have begun contract talks with WR Calvin Johnson (Bettor.com)
Randy Moss announces comeback, wonders if he’s better deep threat than Lions’ Calvin Johnson (Detroit Fre Press)
Jimmy Howard is facing shots at today’s morning skate (Twitter)
Dan Cleary told reporters that he will have more fluid drained from his knee today. If all goes well, he’d like to practice tomorrow (Twitter)
Rodney Stuckey is shooting a career-high 36.6% (15-41 3FG) from three-point range (Twitter)
Pistons are 4-2 since Jason Maxiell was inserted into the starting line-up on February 1 at New Jersey (Twitter)
Michigan State’s Travis Trice probable against Wisconsin, but sprained ankle draws concern (MLive)
MSU Women’s Golf Tied for Eighth at Regional Challenge (MSUSpartans.com)
The Pistons/Cavs game interrupted Friday night. Pistons guard, Rodney Stuckey taken out of the Q on a stretcher.
Witnesses say he collapsed while on the Pistons bench.
The game resumed after about ten minutes.
We have learned Stuckey was taken to the Cleveland Clinic for observation. He is breathing on his own.
The Boston Celtics appear willing to make major roster changes to balance a chance for a championship run and future financial flexibility.
The Celtics offered Ray Allen(notes) and Rajon Rondo(notes) to the Detroit Pistons for a package that included Richard Hamilton(notes), Tayshaun Prince(notes) and Rodney Stuckey(notes), league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
Boston general manager Danny Ainge and Detroit’s Joe Dumars never spoke, but rather the Celtics had a lower-level executive make the pitch to a Pistons official over the past weekend, league sources said. Detroit immediately rejected the idea, and it never advanced to the two top executives speaking about particulars.
An award usually passed back and forth among LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and a select few others has been claimed by someone knocking on the door to their exclusive club: Rodney Stuckey.
Stuckey led the Pistons to a perfect 4-0 week despite the absence of Rip Hamilton in all of them and Rasheed Wallace in nearly three full games, averaging 23 points, 5.3 assists and 4.5 rebounds a game.
Since Stuckey moved into the starting lineup on Dec. 17, the Pistons are 10-3 and have won seven straight games – a streak that began with a win over Chicago in which Stuckey erupted for 40 points. Throw in Stuckey’s three other starts this season and the Pistons are 13-3 in those games.