Stuckey Stat Tracker

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  1. RipBillupsRJC

    RipBillupsRJC Second Round Draft Pick

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    March 28 2009 @Wizards: 13 pts (56%) 5 rebs, 6 ast, 2 TO, 2 PF
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    April 15 20 @Heat:
     
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    Hopefully from this point on he becomes a stat-stuffer!
     
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    Make me eat crow, Stucknut!
     
  4. doublead

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    Thats a good idea
     
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    vs philly

    16 points
    5 ast
    3 rebs
    3 steals
    no turnovers
     
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    Nice game... and he didn't even play in the 4th quarter at all. What other NBA team is deep enough to sit their starting PG the entire 4th quarter and STILL win the game ...?

    We good. :stirthepot:
     
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    The kind of team where the backup PG has been outplaying the starting PG. :D
     
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    I'd call it a wash tonight.

    I'll use a baseball analogy for what happened tonight. Stuckey was like a Josh Beckett, pitching a strong 8 innings holding the opposition down and keeping his team in the game. Bynum was Papelbon, the closer... lights out!
     
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    stuckey was far better then bynum tonight

    bynum
    12 points
    4ast
    5rebs
    3 turnovers

    bynum also had 5 turnovers last night against the wizards
     
  10. doublead

    doublead First Round Draft Pick

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    stuckey outplayed bynum the last two games

    bynum 8 turnovers in the last 2 games

    last 2games

    stuckey
    29 points/12 for 22 fg
    11 ast
    8 rebs
    2 turnovers

    bynum
    21 points/6 for 17 fg
    8 ast
    7 rebs
    8 turnovers
     
  11. Ernie the Slow Adult

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    Why would the coach sit out a guy who was having a far better game at the end of the game, did he not have a box score?
     
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    Curry learned not to look at the boxscore as a player. :pound:
     
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    You deserve to pat yourself on the back for that one. Well done.
     
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    I thought Bynum was being more aggressive, and he hit a couple jumpers early in the fourth, so Curry wanted to ride the Bynum-train.
     
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    Also note that Stuckey has played 57 minutes in those two games compared to Bynums 39.
     
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    its what we've been begging for for years.... ride the hot hands in the 4th.... if you playing well you don't go to the bench just because the clock says its time for the starters to return.... if the starter is clearly heads and shoulders better its one thing but its nice to have choices besides the same 5 for the last 3 mins of a game.
     
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    Amen Round.
     
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    I'm gonna be bold and predict that Stuckey goes for 30+ on Cleveland tomorrow night. Mark it down.

    Mo Williams is not a good defender and he can get past him at will. Delonte is a bit bigger and a pretty good defender, but I'm sure he'll be covering Rip most of the game. Of course, the Cavs could put LeBron on Stuckey which they did the in the 2nd meeting. I think it's doubtful that they do that and free up Prince for easy shots against smaller defenders.

    Of course the Pistons will still lose the game by 15+ points. :rofl:
     
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    That is bold. Stuckey can't defend Mo Williams.
     
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    I'm strictly talking offense. I know he can't defend Williams all that well, but he can body up on him and knock him around a bit. Williams is quick though and he plays so well off of Lebron... he is definitely a tough cover. I'd like to see Bynum on him at times since there is no size advantage in that matchup and Will can pressure him.

    Stuckey can get any shot he wants against Cleveland's guards if he is aggressive. But... Cleveland also has great help defense, their bigs like Varejao, Smith are good at rotating over and taking charges. He'll have to be ready to make the pass out and not just bull his way to the rims if the bigs are there.

    I'd run a lot of pick and rolls with Stuckey and whomever Ilgauskas is covering, probably Dice. Z can't is so slow and Stuckey can turn the corner on him pretty easily IMO. Now if I was defending that play, I'd trap him every time since it's well documented that Rodney doesn't play all the well in the face of pressure. It'll be interesting to see how the Cavs would defend it, but if I was the coach, I'd run that play a lot... test them.
     

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