Rodney Stuckey, Pistons Agree To 3-Year Deal

The Detroit Pistons and free agent point guard Rodney Stuckey have agreed to a 3-year, $25 million deal according to a report by Yahoo!'s Adrian Wajnarowski.

Stuckey was originally drafted by the Pistons in the 2007 NBA Draft with the 15th overall pick out of Eastern Washington. Stuckey became the starting point guard in the 2008 NBA season when Chauncey Billups was traded to the Denver Nuggets. Despite his run-ins with head coach John Kuester, Stuckey has shown gradual improvement each season with the Pistons. He now represents a young asset on the Pistons roster, as well as having shown the ability to play both guard positions. Rookie Brandon Knighton however, could play in as the point guard of the future depending on the speed at which he develops.

Update: Multiple outlets have confirmed Stuckey's new deal, including Vincent Goodwill of the Detroit NewsVince Ellis of the Detroit Free Press and the Associated Press

For more on the Pistons, visit Detroit Bad Boys and SB Nation Detroit.

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