Back then, the Detroit Pistons were quite the dominating force. Under the Tutelage of Coach Larry Brown, the Pistons went on to a 54-28 record, as well as finishing 2nd in the NBA central division. Much of this was bolstered by the mid-season acquisition of Rasheed Wallace, who is not featured on this game roster. Not only that, running through the NBA playoffs secured them many conference titles, with them winning the Eastern Conference Finals 4-2 against the Pacers, and beating the Los Angeles Lakers 4-1 to secure the NBA championship.
Chauncey Billups, PG/SG (90)
Position: Point Guard, Shooting Guard
Traits: All-Around Superstar
Best Stats: Lateral Quickness, Ball Handling, Passing
Chauncey Billups may not have been the most well-known player in the league, but her certainly made his mark come the playoffs. Making his way through the entirety of the brackets with the Pistons, he put up a respectable 16.9 points average, as well as 5.7 assists throughout the season. He also had 1.1 steals averaged, which was fairly decent at the time.
Richard Hamilton, SG/SF (87)
Position: Shooting Guard, Small Forward
Traits: Two-Way Guard
Best stats: Lateral Quickness, Stamina, 3pt
Another name that may not be talked about often, Richard Hamilton helped to secure the Pistons their title by playing at an exceptional level. Averaging 17.6 points throughout the season, he also had a nice 1.3 steals averaged per season, as well as a .462 eFG%, making him fearsome with the rock in his hands.
Ben Wallace, C/SF (87)
Position: Center, Small Forward
Traits: Elite Paint Protector
Best stats: Blocks, Strength, Rebounding
Although not known for his scoring, Ben Wallace was the protector and wall for the Detroit Pistons back in ‘03-’04. Only averaging single digit points, he had a massive 12.4 average rebounds between both offense and defense, and a stunning 3.0 blocks averaged throughout the season as well. He had a nice 1.8 steals as well, making him strong even when not directly under the basket.
Corliss Williamson, SF (75)
Position: Small Forward, Shooting Forward
Traits: (include any special traits etc)
Best stats: 87 speed, etc (minimum of 3 stats)
Not the most essential player on the team, he was still a good part of why the Pistons were able to rally together and eek out a finals win. Averaging only 9.5 points per game, he only had an average 3.2 rebounds per game, but had a nice .505 2P%. More there as the glue of the team, his decent stamina made him a nice starter against most rosters.
Darko Milicic, C/PF (69)
Position: Center, Power Forward
Traits: Interior Defender
Best stats: Blocks, Rebounding, Steals
One of the weaker members on the team, Darko Milicic played on the Pistons roster during his first year in the NBA. This did not sit too well with his stats, as he was almost completely overshadowed by the other members of the roster. With only 1.4 points averaged per game, he also only had .2 steals and .4 blocks per game, and 1.3 total rebounds averaged per game. As the second overall pick that went ahead of Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade, he is considered one of the biggest draft busts in the history of the league.
NBA 2K19 2003-2004 Detroit Pistons Roster