7. Joe Dumars
When you play on a squad dubbed the "Bad Boys" you're not going to stand out much if you're the guy draining jumpers all day while your teammates are trucking anyone who comes down the lane. But Joe Dumars played a pivotal, if not the most significant role in the Pistons' back-to-back title run. Dumars averaged 17.5 PPG and 5 APG over those two seasons but the 1989 NBA Finals is where he went H.A.M averaging 27.3 PPG in Detroits sweep of the Lakers. Oh yeah, did we mention that MJ said Dumars was the best defender he ever came across? Good D >>>...Ayo!