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A little project I'm working on that I need opinions on the top three Pistons of all time. Try not to let recency bias effect your decision as much as possible.

I really know very little about the Pistons so any help would be appreciated.

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if you go by win shares:

laimbeer 98

lanier 91

joe d 86

isiah 80

chauncey 73

ben wallace 65

drummond 60

grant hill 60

tayshaun 57

larry foust 57

dave bing 56

rip 54

(win shares overrates rebounds, imo)

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Lanier...Zeke...Laimbeer edges Joe D.  Grant Hill and Cade Cunningham are two of the most gifted players I've seen in Pistons uni's going back to the 70's, but they don't have the longevity. 

Another extremely talented player that threw it away by becoming an addict was the late,great Marvin Barnes.  He was James Worthy with a jump shot

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20 hours ago, casimir said:

I would say Lanier, Thomas, and Dumars.

It's really sad Big Bob never got to strut his stuff on a better team. I remember watching him go against the best centers of his era and mostly outplaying them, but it never made much difference because the rest of the team was ...meh. 

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