Warriors, Spurs, Grizzlies, Nets, Pacers interested in Rodney Stuckey
As many as five teams have sent representatives to watch guard Rodney Stuckey put out an individual workout in Las Vegas, according to international reporter David Pick.
The 32-year-old Seattle native did not play in the NBA this past season after spending his first seven with the Detroit Pistons and the last three with the Pacers, as he averaged a career-low 7.2 points, 2.2 rebounds, and 2.2 assists per game as a reserve.
Once a healthy contributor, Stuckey played in only 97 games through his last two seasons, failing to shoot a much-needed 3-point acumen at the point guard position — a downright necessity at the position in today’s NBA.
Stuckey was waived by the Pacers in 2016-17 after suffering a patella injury. If proven healthy enough to contribute, any of the five teams could roll the dice at signing him to the veteran’s minimum before the start of the preseason.