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Stuckey will probably declare for NBA draft


Dave Trimmer goes through Eastern’s Big Sky tourney hopes on his blog, but the story I want to draw Eagle fans eyes to is on

It’s a piece from Bill Trocchi in which the writer quotes Rodney Stuckey as saying, “I’ll probably declare for the [NBA] Draft and not sign with an agent to see how things fall. That’s the best way to do it.”

After publicly saying most of the year he’ll be back, the story is starting to change. The star sophomore could be playing his final game in Cheney tomorrow.

The Eagles face Sacramento State tomorrow night at 7 needing a win and other favorable outcomes to make the Big Sky’s postseason tournament.

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