Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Rodney Stuckey Drop 40 On Bulls

Rodney Stuckey, after playing just seven games in the starting line-up dropped 40 points on the Chicago Bulls Tuesday night. That's impressive but not surprising.

If you saw how he played last year coming off the bench as a Rookie, then you know what he's capable of doing as starter.

Rodney was just too much for the Bulls to handle. He just stayed aggressive and attacked them from the beginning to the end. The Bulls had no answers for him.

During the fourth quarter, when Rodney had 38 points, former Piston Lindsay Hunter asked him if he was going for 40. He answered by knocking down two free throws after being fouled moments later. That was awesome!

In first half Allen Iverson injured his groin. He didn't play in the second half.

The Pistons still have to make some adjustments. That 12-0 run by the Bulls didn't make any sense.

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