With the Detroit Pistons out with shooting guard Richard Hamilton, they started Tracy McGrady at point guard and put Austin Daye at shooting guard.

McGrady stands at 6'8" while Daye is 6'11". The combined height for the two gives the Pistons the tallest starting back-court in 24 years with the NBA, according to the Associated Press.

All of the Pistons' starters that night were between 6'8" and 6'11". It's been since the 1986-87 season we have seen a backcourt this tall.

The Pistons would go on to beat the New York Knicks that game, 99-95.


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