Ben Wallace vs. Dennis Rodman

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Pistons.com's Greatest Player in Pistons History bracket results:
No. 3 seed Ben Wallace wins 69% over No. 6 Dennis Rodman 31%.

Ben Wallace (3)
In his fourth season with the Pistons, “Big Ben” has made an immense impact on the team and the fans. A two-time Defensive Player of the Year in 2001-02 and 2002-03 and an Eastern Conference starter at the 2004 All-Star Game, Wallace stands-out as one of the hardest workers in the league and one of the top rebounders.

G FGM FGA PCT 3FGM 3FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS PPG
300 950 1980 .480 3 20 .150 388 906 .428 4090 477 2289 7.7

*Stats includes games through 3/16/04

Dennis Rodman (6)
Nicknamed “Worm” for his lanky 6-foot-8 stature, Dennis Rodman was one of the most intense defenders to play the game. Rodman led the NBA in rebounds for seven consecutive seasons (1991-98) after helping carry the “Bad Boys” to back-to-back World Championships in 1989-90 and 1990-91. In 1992, Rodman grabbed a Pistons record 34 rebounds in a single game.

G FGM FGA PCT 3FGM 3FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS PPG
549 2016 3751 .537 65 257 .253 747 1261 .592 6299 715 4844 8.8