Pistons' Stuckey misses game, status still unclear

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) — Detroit Pistons guard Rodney Stuckey missed Sunday's game against the Houston Rockets, two days after collapsing during a game in Cleveland.

Pistons coach John Kuester said that Stuckey is continuing to undergo tests in Detroit. He was released from the Cleveland Clinic Saturday after being kept overnight for observation.

Stuckey passed out on the Pistons bench during a time-out, and was taken from the arena in an ambulance. He missed two games last season after experiencing dizziness at halftime of a game.

Pistons center Ben Wallace also missed the Rockets game with a knee injury.