20 Questions With Isiah Thomas

Called by many experts as the greatest little man to every play the game and included in the NBA's 50 Greatest Players of All-Time, Isiah Thomas was the heart and soul of some of the greatest Detroit Pistons teams in history, including the feared and respected Bad Boys.

One of the fiercest competitors in the NBA, Isiah played 13 seasons with the Pistons, won two World Championships (including the MVP of the 1990 Finals), was a 12-time NBA All-Star (including MVP honors in 1984 and 1986) and finished his career averaging 19.2 points per game and 9.3 assists. He was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000 and still ranks first in seven Pistons all-time individual categories including points, assists and steals.

After basketball, Isiah was a part-owner in several businesses including the Toronto Raptors, Speedy Printing and the Continental Basketball Association. He was a head coach for the Indiana Pacers and a broadcaster for NBC. Today, Isiah is the president of the New York Knicks.

During the 2005-06 season, the Detroit Pistons will honor their legends with Flashback Fridays. On Friday, December 2nd when the New York Knicks visit The Palace, "Zeke" will be honored by the organization that he was a part of for so many years. As part of the week-long celebration, Pistons.com will post "20 Questions with Isiah" and include questions from the fans.

Please submit your question by Wednesday, November 20 and then check back with Pistons.com on Tuesday, November 29 to see if Isiah answered your question.

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