Rodney Stuckey Collapsed During Timeout In NBA Game

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Detroit Pistons’ Rodney Stuckey was rushed to the hospital after collapsed into a coach’s arms in the bench during timeout against the Cleveland Cavaliers. ESPN, which was which was televising the game nationally, said Rodney Stuckey was conscious, breathing on his own and in stable condition at the hospital. It was not immediately clear why he had collapsed.

“It’s very difficult,” Cleveland’s LeBron James said after the Cavaliers won 99-92. “When something like that happens, we’re all one family. Our prayers go out to him.”

On November 2008, Stuckey had to be helped to the locker room at halftime  against the Boston Celtics because of dizziness. He did not return to that game and missed the following two games.

The Detroit Free Press said on its Web site that Stuckey had to be helped to the locker room at halftime of a November 2008 game in Detroit against the Boston Celtics because of dizziness. He did not return to that game and missed the following two games.

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