Pistons Legends

Here you will find some of the very best games played by NBA Legends of the Detroit Pistons. More games, and individual games of Boxsets, can be found in the relevant sections of our Shop.

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1988 NBA Finals Boxset

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1988 NBA Finals: Los Angeles 4, Detroit 3. Lakers Capture the Elusive Repeat. Talented Detroit team faces off against the returning champions in their first ever appearance in the NBA Finals
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1989 NBA Finals Boxset

1989 NBA Finals: Detroit 4, L.A. Lakers 0
Waiting Game Ends for Impatient Pistons
Click more details for a summary about the 1989 NBA Finals.
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2004 Detroit vs Lakers Boxset

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2005 Detroit vs San Antonio Boxset


NBA Finals, Game 5: Detroit Pistons at Portland Trailblazers

Thriller; Thomas 29p; Porter 21p; Duckworth 21p; Drexler 20p


Denver Nuggets vs Detroit Pistons

3 OT; Highest scoring game in NBA history; Isiah Thomas 47p; Kiki Vanderweghe 51p; Alex English 47p

Detroit - Lakers

January 19, 1986: Isaiah Thomas v. Magic Johnson

Chicago - Detroit

Fantastic overtime thriller; Jordan 38p, 12a, 8r; Oakley 19p, 17r; Pippen off the bench; Laimbeer 29p; Dantley 27p; Thomas 25p; ROdman off the bench

December 15, 1987. NOTE: TV network has technical problems during first quarter where only audio is available.


Chicago Bulls at Detroit Pistons

Jordan 59p!!! Isiah Thomas 24p, 8a; Dumars 18p, 9a
April 3, 1988
This turned out to be the 5th highest scoring regular season game of Michael Jordan's career. A symphony of Basketball at its finest as MJ dropped 59 points on Thomas, Laimbeer, Dumars, Rodman and the rest of the Detroit Pistons. Oh, and the game was pretty good too!

New York vs Detroit

1984 First Round, Game 5
One of great Playoff Games of all time; Isiah at his best
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1989 East Conf Finals: Chicago vs Detroit, ALL GAMES

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1989 Eastern Conference Finals: This was the era of the Bad Boys as the Detroit Pistons led by Isiah Thomas, Joe Dumars, Bill Laimbeer and Dennis Rodman brought a new era to the NBA with their style of defensive play. The Pistons ended up winning the NBA Championship in 1989 and 1990 and in this series you can see them take on the up-and-coming Chicago Bulls led by Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. The Bulls time would come two years later, but they gave the Pistons all they could handle in this classic series.

Chicago at Detroit, Game 1

Jordan 32p, 11r; Laimbeer 15p, 15r
May 21, 1989: Jordan was quoted as saying that if the beat the Pistons in Game 1 they will win the series. Well, one of those predictions came true as the Bulls raced out and held onto the lead. The Pistons knew they had to win game 2.

Chicago at Detroit, Game 2

Thomas 33p; Jordan 27p; Grant 16p, 20r; Dumars 20p
May 23, 1989: This was a tight game until a decisive run late in the 4th quarter saw the Pistons tie the series at one.

Detroit at Chicago, Game 3

Jordan 46p! Aguirre 25p; Johnson 19p; Rodman 13r
May 27, 1989: This turned out to be the best game of this series. Jordan showed the world what he would deliver over the next 10 years with a key 46 point performance including the game-winner to send the Chicago crowd into a frenzy.

Detroit at Chicago, Game 4

Thomas 27p, 10r; Rodman 18r; Jordan 23p; Pippen 18p, 11r

May 29, 1989: In what was probably a must-win game for the Pistons they did not disappoint. A tough defensive game, typical of the bruiser Pistons style saw them come out on top in the continuation of this classic series.

Note: Game is missing about 2 minutes start of 4th quarter.


Chicago at Detroit, Game 5

Thomas 17p, 12a; Aguirre 19p; Johnson 22p; Jordan 18p, 9a
May 31, 1989: The Pistons showed what talent they have extending deep into their bench as an array of players kep Jordan in check. Vinnie Johnson spuured the Pistons on with 16 points in the 4th quarter.

Detroit at Chicago, Game 6

Thomas 33p; Rodman 15r; Jordan 32p, 13a
June 2, 1989: Pippen got knocked unconcious early in the game and did not return but it seemed to spur the Bulls who raced out to a big 1st quarter lead, but the Pistons led by Isiah Thomas kept chipping away and eventually took this game and earned a rematch with the LA Lakers.
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2004 Detroit vs Indiana Boxset

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2004 Detroit vs New Jersey Boxset

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2005 Detroit vs Miami Boxset

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2006 Cleveland vs Detroit Boxset