Rodney Stuckey played it right down the middle in comments to the media in the Pistons' locker room late Wednesday night.

Stuckey had just completed a solid -- yet odd -- performance in the Pistons' 107-93 victory over the Raptors.

In nearly 27 minutes of action, he had 14 assists and only attempted one shot.

When he collected his 10th assist, the Pistons' public relations staff announced that he had set a team record for assists without a shot attempt.

He was aggressive and appeared to pass up several attempts -- even an alley-oop that he passed out to Charlie Villanueva for a wide-open triple attempt.

When asked if he was trying to make a point since he was yanked out of the starting lineup once again, he said: "There is nothing to prove. I just have to come out and make sure I play hard for my teammates."

That's not exactly what he told FS Detroit immediately after the game.

"I know I'm the starting point guard, but it is what it is," he said.