Stuckey Released from Hospital After Collapse
Detroit Pistons guard Rodney Stuckey was reported as OK and was reported to have been released from the hospital Saturday afternoon and will return to Detroit after his collapse on the bench Friday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
"He's doing well," Pistons strength and conditioning Coach Arnie Kander revealed The Associated Press on Saturday morning.
All tests performed at the Cleveland Clinic were revealed to be normal, the team posted. He was returning to Detroit and will undergo further tests.
Stuckey was hospital for observation for the whole night while cardiologists checked him out.
He was conscious and breathing on his own as he admitted to hospital after collapsing into Kander's arms on the bench during the third quarter.
After feeling dizzy and lightheaded during a game Stuckey is reported to miss two games in 2008 "It was more dramatic this time because it was on TV," Kander said. "I think he's going to be OK.
When we talked last night, he sounded normal."
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