The Pistons are starting to form an identity as they enter the 2019-20 season. Head coach Dwayne Casey led Detroit back to the playoffs in his first season, which was aided by the fact that Blake Griffin, Reggie Jackson, and Andre Drummond had healthy, productive seasons.
Even though he isn’t what he once was, signing Derrick Rose to a two-year deal is a great low-risk, high-reward deal. While hampered by injuries over the past five years, Rose did have a 50-point game last year with Minnesota and played in 51 games. If he’s put his injury woes behind him, the Pistons could make some noise in the East.
See the Pistons in downtown Detroit as Little Caesars Arena enters its third season of hosting both the Pistons and the NHL’s Red Wings. It was named the Sports Facility of the Year in 2018 during the Sports Business Awards.
There are nearly an unlimited number of possibilities for a premium experience due to all the arena’s clubs and suites. All-inclusive club seating can be found mid-arena in the Legends Club, Rehmann Club, and Motor City Casino Club. These all include food, beer, wine, private restrooms, and access to the connected parking garage. The elite Players Club includes courtside seats and shares a glass wall with the tunnel the players use to get from the locker room to the arena floor.