With Pistons rookie Brandon Knight making a favorable impression early, Rodney Stuckey might be seeing more playing time at shooting guard this season. He certainly envisions it that way.

"It's early, we're just playing around, mixing up the lineup and stuff like that," Stuckey said after practice. "I know this year I'm going to be playing a little more two while Will or Brandon are in the game."

Stuckey, who has been the team's primary starting point guard during the past three seasons, isn't phased by the idea of playing another position.

"It doesn't really matter to me, as long as I'm on the court helping my team out," Stuckey said. "I'm willing to do whatever to help my teammates out."