The Detroit Pistons have been a very good team the last 3 seasons. That is all. They are not legendary and they never will be after they lose to the Heat. They won one title and nearly won another (although last year they also could have easily lost to the Heat if Wade was not hurt). Oh wait, you know who else did that? The 1978-1979 Seattle Supersonics. Quick, name 3 players from those teams. Or 2? This was the only great regular season for the Pistons, as back-to-back 54 win campaigns the previous two years did not exactly bring back memories of the Jordan-led Bulls who won 72, 69, and 62 games on their way to a SECOND 3-peat. But you're right Marc J. Spears; these Pistons are just as memorable as Muhammad Ali. Gimme a break. The San Antonio Spurs and the Los Angeles Lakers have both accomplished far more in the post-Jordan era.