The 10 Greatest Pistons in history, ranked by Player Efficiency Rating (PER)

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#9: Jerry Stackhouse (PER 19) 

Stackhouse ended his career with the Pistons tied with Dantley in PER which speaks volumes about his work in Detroit, where he was a prolific scorer who still owns the team’s all-time record for points in a game. 

He played 337 games for Detroit and averaged 22.1 points, 4.4 assists and 3.7 rebounds, though he wasn’t the most efficient shooter, only hitting 40 percent of his shots overall while with the Pistons. 

But he made the All-Star team twice, once after averaging just under 30 points per game. Stackhouse was eventually traded in the deal that brought Richard Hamilton to Detroit, so even though he wasn’t on the team, he played a role in the Goin’ to Work title.