I didn't see this posted here, but this has been out for a few days:
NBA players spend their offseasons differently. After a long grind and preparing for another, they all take time to chillax, but anyone worth the NBA uni they don make it a point to get some work in preparation for the upcoming season. In a series of offseason conversations we'll be having with NBA players, we'll see what some of them are up to between June and October. This week we talk to Rodney Stuckey of the Detroit Pistons.
With 16.6 ppg and 4.8 apg in 67 starts for the Pistons, Stuckey had a bit of a breakthrough third season for Detroit. Much like the man who drafted him out Eastern Washington University, Joe Dumars, Stuckey is a combo guard able to fill the basket or guide a team. With his less-than-stellar .405 field-goal percentage and 2.2 turnovers per game, Stuckey has some things to work on in both areas. He's putting in the hours this offseason to better areas of his game and promises improvement in '10-11 from himself and his Pistons.