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Pistons used NBA’s slowest and tallest lineups this season

Tom Haberstroh of ESPN compiled the top players and lineups for various statistical measures, and the Pistons made a few of his lists.

They had the league’s slowest lineup (pace of 83.0, 95 minutes together, –7):

Detroit also tied with the Heat for the NBA’s tallest lineup (average height of 6-foot-9.2, 23 minutes together, –8):

And just five other players had a higher percentage of their shots blocked than Greg Monroe (12.4 percent) did – Reggie Evans (20.4), Chuck Hayes (15.6), Alonzo Gee (14.4), Kendrick Perkins (14.2) and Emeka Okafor (13.0).

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  • Apr 21, 20111:14 pm
    by bball4224

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    I’m still mourning after seeing Zach Randolph signed an extension

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