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In Game 2 of the 2004 Eastern Conference Finals against the Indiana Pacers, Prince made a memorable defensive play.In the final minute of the game, Pacer star shooting guard Reggie Miller took an outlet pass after an Indiana steal and sprinted up the right sideline for a seemingly uncontested basket that would have tied the score. Miller, presumably thinking that Prince could not catch him, attempted a layup.He was drafted 23rd overall by the Detroit Pistons in the 2002 NBA draft and went on to win a championship with the team in 2004.The Detroit Pistons had arguably the best defense in league history thanks to the contributions of Ben Wallace and Tayshaun Prince. Notable individual performances included a 31-point, 11 rebound, four assist, four steal effort in a 79–59 victory over North Carolina.Like Teamsters trying to pile into a Corvette for a boys' night out, it's all about the fit. But on the court, there are redundancies to address, at the least wrinkles to iron out through the preseason and early schedule and possibly hard decisions to be faced that range from how best to rotate their playing time to which of them might have to be traded.
The Pistons went on to win the series and, eventually, the NBA championship.
In a recent Q&A with the Detroit News, new Pistons coach Maurice Cheeks challenged the premise of those who see the team's frontline glass as half-empty simply because it is overly full. I have to figure that out." The dilemma stems from overlaps in their size, in their skills and in their experiences.
Cheeks wasn't conceding anything, given Detroit hadn't even played a tuneup game at the time. "If it means one of those guys sits out and we're winning games, that's what we'll do. Drummond, the Pistons' second-year, man-child center, is set in the middle, as far as where he'll play.
Prince's play was rewarded by the Pistons with a five-year contract extension worth million on October 31, 2005.
In the playoffs, the Pistons were eliminated by the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals.
In sheer talent and size, few NBA teams can match the Pistons' truly Big 3.