Rasheed Wallace and his impact on the Detroit Pistons

Rasheed Wallace was a big part of the ‘Going to Work’ era for Detroit. He came to Detroit from the Atlanta Hawks during the 2003-2004 season. He not only added to Detroit's defensive philosophy. Wallace brought a psychological advantage with him. He played with attitude and emotion. The Pistons were +18.3 points per 100 possessions while Wallace was on the floor. (PistonPowered)

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