There are many well-known players for the Detroit Pistons, from Joe Dumars to Dennis Rodman to Isiah Thomas. But one lesser-known NBA athlete who played for the Piston is Terry Mills. Mills also was a member of the Heat, the Pacers, the Nuggets and the Nets during his career. Although he was listed as a power forward, he was known for his three-point shooting.
Mills had his longest stint with a team when he played for the Pistons from 1992-1997. That was because of his ability to shoot. On Dec. 7, 1996. Mills connected on his first three-point attempt in a 95-69 win over the Nets. That three-pointer capped off a streak of Mills hitting 13 three-pointers in a row, which stretched over a three-game span. Thirteen three pointers in a row tied a previous NBA record set by Brent Price in the 1995-1996 season.