Little Caesars Arena
Opening in the fall of 2017 to serve as the new home for the Detroit Pistons, Little Caesars Arena in midtown Detroit has some monster shoes to fill. Replacing The Palace of Auburn Hills, this new venue looks to overcome the nostalgic history of the old building with a modern look and feel, directing fans to look toward the future and a new chapter of Pistons basketball.
Encompassing everything from retail outlets to team offices, this massive structure also features a large outdoor video display. A practice facility is also be located inside the arena. The revolutionary design is sure to influence future arenas in other cities. The Detroit Red Wings also call this venue home.
The 60 luxury suites encircling the playing surface offer some of the best vantage points in the building for catching all of the action for both basketball and hockey. True comfort is what these boxes are all about. In addition to the brand new accommodations, these suites offer large theater style seating to provide your guests with a great spot to enjoy the game. They can also take advantage of the kitchen area with a wet bar and refrigerator to go along with amazing catering options. These climate-controlled luxury boxes also feature HDTVs so you can see all of the other games going on around the league.
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A staple franchise in the NBA, the Detroit Pistons personify hard-nosed basketball in the Eastern Conference. Coming into existence as the Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons of the NBL, they took their two championships to the NBA merger, first as the Fort Wayne Pistons before moving to the larger Michigan city of Detroit and adopting the more regional name of the Detroit Pistons in 1957.
Though the Pistons had gained a following in the Detroit area, the roaring fans could not propel them to winning seasons. Despite strong individuals, the Pistons found themselves weak when it came to their teams. After a rough go of it in the 1960s and 70s, the team finally began to turn in the early 80s with the arrival of Isiah Thomas. Pieces of the puzzle slowly began to come together throughout the decade with the acquisitions of Vinnie Johnson, Bill Laimbeer, Joe Dumar, Rick Mahorn, and finally John Salley and Dennis Rodman. Their physical dominance on the court and defensive play earned them the nickname the “Bad Boys”.
Becoming a force to be reckoned with throughout the 1980s, the Detroit Pistons Bad Boys era culminated with an NBA Championship in 1989. A crushing playoff performance brought the team to the Finals where they swept the LA Lakers. They would successfully defend their title the next season, going for back to back championships. Their hard road included a stop in Chicago where they outlasted the Bulls in a tough seven game series before defeating the Portland Trail Blazers in five games.
The team would need to rebuild as their star players left Detroit either by being waived, traded, or through retirement. Luckily for Pistons fans, the losses that piled up in the rebuilding phase brought them Grant Hill via the NBA Draft. However, despite his great play, there was never enough of a cast around him to make a playoff run.
However, around the time Hill left Detroit, the franchise began making strides towards another championship caliber build. Ben Wallace was acquired as part of the Grant Hill trade. Chauncey Billups was acquired via free agency and Richard Hamilton was brought in through a trade with Washington. Tayshaun Prince was drafted in 2002 and the final piece of the puzzle was when Rasheed Wallace signed on in 2004. Cruising through the 2004 playoffs, Detroit knocked off Milwaukee in five games before sending the New Jersey Nets home in seven. A tough six game series against the Indiana Pacers set the stage for Detroit to match up against the LA Lakers in the NBA Finals. Despite the loaded LA roster with Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal, Gary Payton, and Karl Malone, the Pistons took home the trophy after five games. Nearly repeating the next season, the Pistons came within one game of another title. They would earn a spot in the Eastern Conference Finals six straight times.
A rebuilding period would follow with players and despite names like Allen Iverson, Charlie Villanueva, and Ben Gordon, the Pistons could not put anything together that would bring them closer to another title. Today’s squad, featuring Reggie Jackson, Andre Drummond, and Blake Griffin, hopes to end this drought. Solid numbers have them looking like a team that can make some noise come playoff time. Adding Derrick Rose on a two year deal in free agency is a gamble that could pay off if he can stay healthy. Expect that Detroit will not go down without a fight.
Click here for additional information about the Detroit Pistons. This great franchise has been the home to many unforgettable players including Isiah Thomas, Joe Dumars, Ben Wallace, Rasheed Wallace, Chauncey Billups, Dennis Rodman, Grant Hill.
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