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The Detroit Pistons are one of those teams that can lift their entire city when things are going well. People always cite the work that Chuck Daly did with the Bad Boy Pistons of the 1980s and early 1990s. Zeke Thomas was the point guard that stirred the drink for this roster, and many people of course enjoyed seeing a great shooter like Joe Dumars come off a number of different screens, making jump shots. Michael Jordan credits the Bad Boy Pistons with making he and Scottie Pippen tougher. The two men knew they had to get in the weight room more if they wanted to compete in the Eastern Conference.
People really saw the downfall of the Pistons beginning when the Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Rick Mahorn in the expansion draft as that franchise begin their building blocks. Mahorn is probably not the first player that people think of when they try to remember the Timberwolves expansion draft, but it is a cool fact. The Pistons were able to win two NBA Championships during this time period, but the truth is that they had a much larger cultural impact on the game of basketball after the way that Mark Aguirre and Bill Lambeer brought toughness to the basketball court.
The Grant Hill area is definitely notable. You have to understand how good this guy was at one point. Hill was legit and considered to be the next Michael Jordan. He got all the Sprite endorsements, and of course had the famous parents with his dad being a Dallas Cowboys legend. Joe Dumars took a smaller role with the Pistons given that Hill was able to implement a lot of the plays that coach Doug Collins wanted. Collins actually coached the Bulls before coming to the Pistons, as he played a role in making some of the media hype tied to Hill possible. Lindsey Hunter and Jerome Williams were able to establish solid careers during this time with the Detroit Pistons. The Detroit Pistons were not able to make deep runs in the playoffs during this time period, partially due to the murder of starting center Bison Dele, aka Brian Williams.
The Larry Brown era is something that deserves a note. The team went to two straight NBA Finals, winning one. The team had the likes of Ben Wallace and Rasheed Wallace on the roster. Chauncy Billups was the guy who set the table. Billups was able to put up with micromanaging that Larry Brown was deeply involved in from the bench. We can forgive the Pistons for the drafting of Darko Milicic, but the drafting of Milicic kind of showed a sign of how Joe Dumars could make ineffective decisions as a General Manager.
After Brown left, Flip Saunders was brought in to replace Brown. The team would then go to several Eastern Conference Finals. The Pistons appear to have had some tough years with a lack of congruent strategy when it comes to signing players like Ben Gordon and Charlie Vilanueva for example. Stan Van Gundy probably has the team on the mend after signing Brandon Jennings and trading Josh Smith.