Detroit Pistons great Ben Wallace dismissed Carmelo Anthony’s notion he would have had two or three NBA titles under his belt if the team would have drafted him over Darko Milicic.
Anthony told Dwyane Wade last week he thought he would’ve had multiple rings if the Pistons selected him with the No. 2 pick of the 2003 draft.
Anthony instead fell to No. 3 with the Denver Nuggets.
Wallace and the Pistons won the title in 2004. Detroit finished 54-28 that season. They were in the Finals the next year but fell to the San Antonio Spurs in seven games.
Wallace wasn’t so sure Melo would have helped.
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