1991 – After scoring a game-high 22 points in a 94-87 Detroit Pistons victory over the Houston Rockets at the Palace of Auburn Hills, Isiah Thomas became the Pistons’ all-time leading scorer.
Thomas finished his 979-game career with 18,822 points for Detroit and remains the franchise leader.
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