"We'll have to wait and see what happens when they get a better look at it tomorrow, but it is really disappointing," said Pistons coach Flip Saunders. "He was unbelievable today -- he really had it going."
The first-round pick from Eastern Washington had 10 points in 13 minutes before he was injured late in the third quarter when he was going through a screen.
"It just got caught and my fingers went the wrong way," Stuckey said. "I was in so much pain that I knew it was pretty bad."
The Pistons gave their starters a fair amount of playing time in the first half and built a 57-46 lead. Richard Hamilton missed the game with a sprained ankle.