SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -Detroit Pistons guard Rodney Stuckey will rejoin the team on Wednesday after missing the first game of a West Coast road trip to undergo tests for being lightheaded and dizzy.
Stuckey remained in Detroit after experiencing the symptoms in Sunday's loss to Boston. After undergoing tests on Tuesday, Stuckey was cleared to return and was scheduled to fly to the Bay Area on Wednesday.
Depending on when Stuckey arrives, he could practice Wednesday and play Thursday against Golden State, coach Michael Curry said.
``He was upbeat,'' Curry said before playing the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday in the first game of the road trip. ``He was looking forward to getting out here. We'll see him in the morning.''
After Thursday's game against the Warriors, the Pistons play Friday night against the Los Angeles Lakers and Sunday night against Phoenix.

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