What year did the Bad Boy Pistons win?

What year did the Bad Boy Pistons win?

Those were Mitch Albom’s opening words from his column in the Free Press on June 14, 1989, under the headline “Not Bad, Boys!” one day after the Bad Boys Detroit Pistons became NBA champions, sweeping the Los Angeles Lakers, 105-97, in Game 4 of the 1989 NBA Finals.

Did the Bad Boy Pistons win a ring?

The Pistons have won three NBA championships: in 1989, 1990 and 2004.

What was the best year for the Detroit Pistons?

1988-89: 63 Wins, A New Arena And A World Title. Just nine years after hitting rock bottom with a 16-66 record, the Pistons reached the top of the basketball world in 1989. Their 63 wins in the 1988-89 season were a franchise best.

What was the Detroit Pistons record?

74 Seasons

Season Lg W/L%
2019-20 NBA .303
2018-19 NBA .500
2017-18 NBA .476
2016-17 NBA .451

Who won the 1988 Finals?

Los Angeles Lakers
1988 NBA Finals/Champion

When did Detroit Pistons win NBA championship?

Top Moments: Pistons shock NBA world, win championship in 2004.

Who has the worst record in the NBA?

The Bobcats
The Bobcats clinched the worst record in NBA history, in a shortened season or otherwise, by losing 104–84 to the New York Knicks on April 26, 2012.

What is the longest playoff drought in NBA?

The Kings were officially eliminated from contention, extending their postseason drought to 15 years. It matches the Los Angles Clippers from 1977-91 for the longest playoff drought in NBA history.

Who won the 1988 89 NBA championship?

Detroit Pistons
1989 NBA Finals/Champion

Take a look back at the 1988-89 NBA season, in which the Pistons emerged as NBA champions. Although two new teams began play in Charlotte and Miami, some things remained the same. Michael Jordan won his third straight scoring crown. Magic Johnson won his second Most Valuable Player Award.

What was the Detroit Pistons record in 2004?

With the addition of Wallace, the Pistons won 16 of their final 19 games finishing second in the Central Division with a 54–28 record. Ben Wallace was selected for the 2004 NBA All-Star Game. The Pistons went on to win the NBA Championship for the third time in franchise history, with Miličić being the youngest player to win said championship.

When did the Detroit Pistons join the NBA?

The 2003–04 NBA season was the 63rd season for the Pistons, the 56th in the National Basketball Association, and the 47th in the Detroit area. Despite a solid year the previous season, the Pistons received the second overall pick in the 2003 NBA draft, which they obtained from the Memphis Grizzlies.

How did the Detroit Pistons defeat the Lakers?

Considered to be a stunning upset by most of the NBA world, the Detroit Pistons managed to defeat the Lakers with imposing defense. Defensively clamping down on everyone but Bryant and O’Neal, the Pistons managed to hold everyone else to a total of 16 points.