2003-04 Detroit Pistons Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 54-28
Finishing 2nd in the NBA's Central Division of the Eastern Conference
Postseason: 16-7 Won NBA championship
Conference First Round - Defeated Milwaukee Bucks 4-1
Conference Semifinals - Defeated New Jersey Nets 4-3
Conference Finals - Defeated Indiana Pacers 4-2
Finals - Defeated Los Angeles Lakers 4-1
Coach: Larry Brown (54-28)
Location: Detroit, Michigan
Attendance: 872,902, Avg. 21,290 in 41 home dates
2003-04 Detroit Pistons Statistics
2003-04 Detroit Pistons Results

The Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association ended the 2003-04 season with a record of 54 wins and 28 losses, finishing second in the NBA's Central Division of the Eastern Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 16-7.

The Pistons gave up 6,909 points, the lowest total in the circuit. Detroit netted 7,388 points. Richard Hamilton tossed in a team-best 1,375 points for the team, and Chauncey Billups scored 14 or more per game also. Ben Wallace contributed 1,006 boards. Chauncey Billups dished out 446 assists for the squad.

On the defensive side of the ball, Ben Wallace added 143 steals and blocked a team-best 246 shots.

Larry Brown coached the team. The 2003-04 Detroit Pistons won the NBA championship.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Chucky AtkinsGAugust 14, 19745'11"160South FloridaOrlando, FL USA
Chauncey BillupsGSeptember 25, 19766'3"202ColoradoDenver, CO USA
Elden CampbellF-CJuly 23, 19686'11"215ClemsonLos Angeles, CA USA
Hubert DavisGMay 17, 19706'5"183North CarolinaWinston-Salem, NC USA
Tremaine FowlkesFApril 11, 19766'7"208Fresno StateLos Angeles, CA USA
Darvin HamFJuly 23, 19736'7"220Texas TechSaginaw, MI USA
Richard HamiltonG-FFebruary 14, 19786'6"185ConnecticutCoatesville, PA USA
Lindsey HunterGDecember 3, 19706'2"170Jackson StateUtica, MS USA
Mike JamesGJune 23, 19756'2"188DuquesneAmityville, NY USA
Darko MilicicF-CJune 20, 19857'0"245noneNovi Sad, SRB
Mehmet OkurC-FMay 26, 19796'11"249noneYalova, TUR
Tayshaun PrinceF-GFebruary 28, 19806'9"215KentuckyCompton, CA USA
Zeljko RebracaFApril 9, 19726'11"240nonePrigrevica, YUG
Bob SuraGMarch 25, 19736'5"200Florida StateWilkes-Barre, PA USA
Ben WallaceFSeptember 10, 19746'9"240Virginia UnionWhite Hall, AL USA
Rasheed WallaceF-CSeptember 17, 19746'10"225North CarolinaPhiladelphia, PA USA
Corliss WilliamsonFDecember 4, 19736'7"245ArkansasRussellville, AR USA


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