Francis Aloysius Stuchbury
November 17, 1902
1919-20 St James Academy - New York (High School)
1920-21 St James Academy - New York (High School)
1921-22 West Brooklyn Assumption Crowns (Independent)
1922-23 West Brooklyn Assumption Crowns (Independent)
1923-24 West Brooklyn Assumption Crowns (Independent)
1924-25 Yonkers Leaguers (MBL)
1924-25 West Brooklyn Assumption Triangles (Independent)
1925-26 West Brooklyn Assumption Triangles (Independent)
1925-26 Entente Club - Brooklyn (Independent)
1926-27 West Brooklyn Assumption Triangles (MBL)
1927-28 Detroit Cardinals (ABL)
1929-30 Paterson Whirlwinds (ABL)
1929-30 New York Celtics (ABL)
1929-30 NY Equitable Trust (Independent)
1930-31 Immaculate Big-Five (Independent)
1933-34 Dongan Big-Five (Independent)
1935-36 NY E.A Pearce & Co. (WSAABL)
1937-38 Bay Ridge Pros (Independent)
From Brooklyn, Stuchury played around his hometown until he was signed by the Detroit Cardinals in the ABL in 1927. When the team disbanded halfway into the season, Stuchbury was out but would return to the ABL in 1929. He played in the New York area a bit on and off through 1938.
His younger brother, Arthur, would also play basketball around New York.
His name is spelled "Stuchberry" in some sources.