Top 10 NBA Players You Forgot Played For The Detroit Pistons

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Top 10 NBA Players You Forgot Played For The Detroit Pistons

Detroit Pistons is one of the most successful franchises in NBA History and they fans watched many unforgettable moments in the last 40-50 years.

They are the only team who stopped Michael Jordan three times in the NBA Playoffs (1990-1987), and their team "Bad Boys" is probably in the top 10 teams ever.

Who can forget players like Isiah Thomas, Joe Dumars, Dennis Rodman and Bill Laimbeer?

The Pistons didn't stop just Michael Jordan, but Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal 2004, when they defeated Los Angeles Lakers 4-1.

Today, we will talk about top 10 NBA players you forgot played for the Detroit Pistons. Of course, you will not find below Chauncey Billups, Rasheed and Ben Wallace, but you will find a few great players who have worn the Pistons jersey.

Kwame Brown 2008-2010

Detroit Pistons center Cliff Robinson (#30) celebrates after his team's victory over the Toronto Raptors, Thursday, May 2, 2002, at The Palace in Auburn Hills, Mich.  The Pistons won, 85-82.

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Scott Pollard 1997-1998

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Derrick Coleman 2004-2006

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Sean Elliot 1993-1994

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Otis Thorpe 1995-1997

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Jerry Stackhouse 1998-2002

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Tracy McGrady 2010-2011

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Khris Middleton 2012-2013

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Allen Iverson 2008-2009

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Chris Webber 2007

Detroit Pistons center Chris Webber, right, confers with teammate forward Tayshaun Prince during the third quarter of an NBA Eastern Conference final basketball game against the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Palace of Auburn Hills, Mich., Thursday, May 31, 2007. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)

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