Detroit Pistons guard Rodney Stuckey was taken to the hospital in an ambulance after collapsing on the bench during last night's game in Cleveland.
During a stoppage late in the third quarter, Stuckey fell unconscious into the arms of Pistons strength coach Arnie Kander. Play was halted for 12 minutes while a team of doctors administered oxygen.
The second-year man from Eastern Washington is reportedly conscious and breathing on his own at the Cleveland Clinic -- great news after a very serious scare.
Stuckey apparently told Kander that he felt dizzy right before the incident and missed two games for a similar feeling in 2008. It's unclear if these instancs are related.