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History of the Detroit Pistons

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1941–57: Early years in Fort Wayne[edit]

1957–63: First years in Detroit[edit]

1963–70: Rebuilding[edit]

In the 1966 NBA Draft the Pistons selected Dave Bing out Syracuse with second pick.

1970–79: Bob Lanier era[edit]

With first pick in 1970 NBA Draft the Detroit Pistons selected Bob Lanier out of St. Bonaventure University.

1979-81: Struggles[edit]

1981-94: Isiah Thomas era[edit]

On June 9, 1981 the Detroit Pistons selected Isiah Thomas out of Indiana with the second pick in 1981 NBA draft.

1994-2000: Grant Hill era[edit]

2000-08: "Goin' to Work" era[edit]

2008-11: Failed rebuilding[edit]

2011-15: New ownership; more struggling[edit]

2015-16: Return to the playoffs[edit]

2016–present: Returning to downtown Detroit[edit]


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