Stuckey 'Doing Well' After Scary Collapse
A Pistons spokesman told reporters Stuckey should be able to return to Detroit this afternoon, pending further tests. It's unclear when he'll be able to play again. Stuckey had a similar episode last season, suffering from dizziness and missing two games as a result.
Stuckey collapsed during a time-out during Friday's game. He told Pistons trainer Arnie Kander he felt dizzy, took a drink of water, and then collapsed. The game was stopped for 12 minutes while medics attended to Stuckey, eventually transporting him to a local hospital for treatment and observation. The Pistons and Cavaliers joined together at midcourt after the game to collectively wish Stuckey well.