After Monday’s shootaround in Washington, he was lamenting his lockout experience in Russia, where the already-slightly built Daye lost weight during his two-month stint. He told Stuckey he’d lost 10 pounds and just now, he’s getting back to his playing weight of 200.
"After the season, you’re working out with me," Stuckey said. "You’re not going back to California."
Daye was asked if he would take Stuckey up on his offer.
"Yeah, I’m not going to take too much time off," Daye said.
"He’s gonna be all right, he’s going to get his work in this summer. I’m gonna get him right," Stuckey said.
It’s been a pleasure to watch Rodney Stuckey, who’s already made plans to work in the offseason with Brandon Knight, grow as a leader. Honestly, I’ve enjoyed that more than his on-court development, which has been pretty awesome itself.