Ben Wallace Nominated For Basketball Hall Of Fame -- But Does He Deserve It?
Ben Wallace To Be Inducted Into Michigan Sports Hall Of FameThe Michigan Sports Hall of Fame announced Monday night that Ben Wallace will be a part of its next class.
Wallace, Shanahan, Osgood To Be Inducted Into Michigan Sports Hall Of FameThe Michigan Sports Hall of Fame announced Tuesday night that Ben Wallace, Brendan Shanahan and Chris Osgood will be a part of its next class.
Billups Set To Have Jersey Retired, Reflects On 'Anomaly' Of 2004 Title Team"We weren’t that guy, but collectively we found out that putting it together and doing it the right way, we could all be stars.”
Pistons Making Progress At Midway Point Of Regular SeasonThe Palace was packed all the way to its highest seats, and fans were roaring for Ben Wallace, Chauncey Billups and the core of Detroit's 2004 championship team.
Emotional Ben Wallace Watches His Jersey Retired In Front Of Sellout Crowd“You embody what we’re trying to create,” team owner Tom Gores said.
Pistons Retire Ben Wallace's No. 3 To The Palace Rafters [VIDEO]Ben Wallace's No. 3 was lifted to the rafters during a halftime ceremony, joining eight players as a permanent part of Pistons lore.
Ben Wallace Looking Forward To Jersey Retirement: 'I Just Feel Honored And Blessed'Pistons fans certainly won't forget Wallace any time soon, and the team will honor him by retiring his jersey Saturday night when Detroit hosts the Golden State Warriors.
Pistons To Retire Wallace, Billups' Jerseys At Ceremonies In January, FebruaryReports had already surfaced about the possibility, but the Pistons made it official Monday they would retire the jerseys of former players Ben Wallace and Chauncey Billups.
Former Pistons Wallace, Billups Reportedly To Have Numbers RetiredAccording to the Detroit Free Press, former Pistons Ben Wallace and Chauncey Billups will have their jersey numbers retired this season.
10 Athletes That Left Detroit Too SoonIn an effort to make Lions fans feel better, I give you Detroit’s top 10 toughest losses.
It's The 10-Year Anniversary Of 'Malice At The Palace'It wasn't just a basketball spectacle, it marked Detroit as a whole, adding to the city's national reputation as a rough and tumble place, a scary outpost where fans weren't even safe in the stands.