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Bill Laimbeer, who played his last 13 seasons with the Pistons after being traded by the Cavaliers his sophomore year, is the franchise’s all-time leader in Win Shares with 98.4 for his career. Among his many accomplishments in Detroit, the baddest of the “Bad Boys” was a 4-time All Star and helped lead the Pistons to back-to-back NBA championships in 1989 and ’90.

PISTONS ALL-TIME TOP FIVE

Bill Laimbeer leads Detroit Pistons all-time top five by Win Shares

After Laimbeer, the next biggest contributors to the Pistons by Win Shares are fellow center Bob Lanier (91.6), and a trio of guards — Joe Dumars (86.2), Isiah Thomas (80.7), and Chauncey Billups (73.6).

The second team of Pistons legends is led by center Ben Wallace (65.9) who was a four-time All Star in Detroit and helped the franchise secure its third NBA title in 2004. He is joined by Grant Hill (60.0), Tayshaun Prince (57.6), Larry Foust (57.5) and Andre Drummond (56.4).

The following stats of the Pistons’ all-time top five players reflect only those numbers accrued during their time with the franchise…

UPDATED September 1, 2019

BILL LAIMBEER: 1981-94

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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .149

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BOB LANIER: 1970-80

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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .178

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JOE DUMARS: 1985-99

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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .118

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ISIAH THOMAS: 1981-94

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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .109

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CHAUNCEY BILLUPS: 2002-09, 2013-14

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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .217