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Tickets to the Detroit Pistons vs. Miami Heat

 


Miami Heat Vs. Detroit Pistons American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL Tuesday
2/24/2009
7:30 PM

Detroit Pistons Vs. Miami Heat Palace Of Auburn Hills
Auburn Hills, MI Sunday
3/22/2009
1:00 PM

Miami Heat Vs. Detroit Pistons American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL Wednesday
4/15/2009
8:00 PM

 

Did You Know?

The Detroit Pistons are a National Basketball Association (NBA) team based in the Detroit metropolitan area. They play their home games in the The Palace of Auburn Hills.

2006 offseason

Ben Wallace, who had been with the Pistons for 6 years and was widely accepted as the face of the franchise, agreed to a 4-year, $60 million contract with the Chicago Bulls. This was $12 million more than Detroit offered him for the same amount of time.[1] To replace Wallace, Detroit signed Nazr Mohammed, who had been with the San Antonio Spurs for the past year and a half, to a 4-year contract (with an option for a fifth year) for the mid-level exception: $5.6 million.

Detroit has also agreed to two-year contracts with both former Piston Ronald Dupree and Flip Murray, formerly of the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The Pistons held the last pick overall in the 2006 NBA Draft. They used this pick to select Will Blalock, a point guard out of Iowa State. The Pistons aquired the 51st overall selection, Cheick Samb, from the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for backup point guard Maurice Evans.