What’s Next for the Detroit Pistons?

July 27th, 2010 by Hubert Yi Leave a reply »

Remember back to 2004. The Pistons put together a blue-collar team that imposed tough defense on any team in its path.

The team roster compiled a journeyman point guard in Chauncey Billups, an unproven scorer in Richard Hamilton, a young swingman in Tayshaun Prince, a volatile veteran in Rasheed Wallace, and an undrafted and undersized center in Ben Wallace.

A motley crue, the team prided itself on "goin' to work" every night on the offensive and more importantly, defensive end. 

Chauncey earned the Finals MVP in '04 after winning a championship. This soon sparked multiple All-Star honors, as well as an All-NBA Defensive second team honor. 

Rip Hamilton followed with multiple consecutive all-star bids (2006-2008) and became known as one of the best off-screen shooters ...

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