Isiah Thomas vs. Terry Tyler

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Pistons.com's Greatest Player in Pistons History bracket results:
No. 1 seed Isiah Thomas wins 98% over No. 8 Terry Tyler 2%.

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Isiah Thomas (1)
Isiah “Zeke” Thomas, a defining factor of the Piston’s “Bad Boys” era in the late 1980’s, is one of most talented pointed guards to ever play in the league. After 13 years in Detroit, Thomas remains the franchise’s all-time leader in points, assists, steals and games played.

G FGM FGA PCT 3FGM 3FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS PPG
979 7194 15904 .452 398 1373 .290 4036 5316 .759 3478 9061 18822 19.2


Terry Tyler (8)
Terry Tyler epitomized the Piston’s credo “Goin’ to Work. Every Night.” During his seven years in Detroit, Tyler never missed a game, playing in 574 consecutive games in a Piston uniform, a record that still stands today. Utilizing his reported 45-inch vertical, Tyler is also the Piston’s career leader in blocked shots with 1,070 during his tenure in Detroit.

G FGM FGA PCT 3FGM 3FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS PPG
574 2854 5835 .489 7 60 .117 923 1324 .697 3583 776 6638 11.6