(Rodney) Stuckey, a 6-5 shooting guard with career averages of 13.4 points, 2.9 rebounds and 3.9 assists, will sign the contract and take his physical on Monday morning in Indianapolis.
For the bargain price of the veteran’s minimum, Stuckey should become part of the shooting guard committee to help fill the vacuum left by Stephenson.
“If they want me to come off the bench, then I’ll do that. If they need me to start, I’ll do that. It doesn’t really matter. Whatever they need me to do, I’ll do,” Stuckey said. “I’m excited to have a fresh start. It’s going to be good for me. … I want to win. I’m going to come in and work hard. I’m going to earn everyone’s respect. I’m going to earn my minutes and I’m just going to come in and just compete.”
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