Rank the 2004 Detroit Pistons starters from best to worst player

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  1. CodeBreaker What belt?

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    Chauncey Billups
    Rip Hamilton
    Tayshaun Prince
    Rasheed Wallace
    Ben Wallace

    How would you rank them in terms of their impact and importance to the team?
     
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    1. Wallace (Dude was such a great defender and rebounder)
    2. Billups (Big Shot maker, and great leader)
    3. Rip ( always moving, great mid-range shot)
    4. Sheed (stretched the floor, really good defender)
    5. Prince (All around solid game)
     
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    1. Rasheed Wallace, legit top player in the league. People forget just how good he was on both ends of the floor. Team player, bit of a bonehead.
    2. Billups
    3. Big Ben
    4. Rip great player but doesnt have the same impact without two bigs
    5. Prince
     
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    Sheed
    Billups
    Rip
    Ben
    Prince

    that team was tough, glad I got to see them in the 05 finals
     
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    Billups
    Sheed
    Rip
    Ben
    Prince
     
  6. CodeBreaker What belt?

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    I remember that series, Ginobili was playing like he was the Finals MVP..
     
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    Unusual team, really solid starting five but none are HOF worthy

    Rasheed
    Wallace
    Billups
    Prince
    Hamilton
     
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    That's actually really hard.

    1. Ben Wallace
    2. Rasheed Wallace
    3. Billups
    4. Prince (really underrated, solid everywhere)
    5. Rip
     
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    The basketball Hall of Fame has a low bar to get in. They might get a few in.
     
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    1) Compton kid
     

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