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1991-92 Detroit Pistons Transactions

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Record: 48-34, Finished 3rd in NBA Central Division (Schedule and Results)
Coach: Chuck Daly (48-34)

PTS/G: 98.9 (26th of 27) ▪ Opp PTS/G: 96.9 (1st of 27)
SRS: 2.06 (10th of 27) ▪ Pace: 91.6 (27th of 27)
Off Rtg: 107.5 (15th of 27) ▪ Def Rtg: 105.3 (6th of 27)
Expected W-L: 47-35 (10th of 27)

Arena: The Palace of Auburn Hills ▪ Attendance: 879,614 (2nd of 27)

NBA 1992 Playoffs:
Lost NBA Eastern Conference First Round (2-3) versus New York Knicks  (Series Stats)

Transactions listed are from July 1, 1991 to June 30, 1992.
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July 10, 1991

Released Gerald Henderson.

Released Tree Rollins.

July 18, 1991

Signed Charles Thomas as a free agent.

August 13, 1991

Traded Scott Hastings and a 1992 2nd round draft pick (Robert Werdann was later selected) to the Denver Nuggets for Orlando Woolridge.

Traded James Edwards to the Los Angeles Clippers for Jeff Martin and a 1995 2nd round draft pick (Lou Roe was later selected).

August 27, 1991

Signed Brad Sellers as a free agent.

September 4, 1991

Waived Vinnie Johnson.

September 5, 1991

Traded a 1993 2nd round draft pick (Conrad McRae was later selected) and a 1995 2nd round draft pick (Frankie King was later selected) to the Washington Bullets for Darrell Walker.

October 29, 1991

Waived Doug Overton.

November 2, 1991

Signed Bob McCann as a free agent.

January 21, 1992

Signed Gerald Henderson to the first of two 10-day contracts.

May 5, 1992

Chuck Daly resigns as Head Coach.

May 21, 1992

Hired Ron Rothstein as Head Coach.

June 24, 1992

Drafted Don MacLean in the 1st round (19th pick) of the 1992 NBA Draft.

Traded William Bedford and Don MacLean to the Los Angeles Clippers for Olden Polynice, a 1996 2nd round draft pick (Russ Millard was later selected) and a 1997 2nd round draft pick (Eddie Elisma was later selected).