Detroit Pistons confirm move to Little Caesars Arena

November 23, 2016

NBA basketball team, cialis Detroit Pistons, have confirmed they are relocating to the Little Caesars Arena for the 2017-18 season, in a bid to make Detroit the first North American city to house all its major league teams in the downtown area. 

The Arena is also the future home of NHL ice hockey side, Detroit Red Wings who are currently playing their last season at the Joe Louis Arena.

Tom Gores and the Pistons will contribute tremendously toward the incredible, positive momentum underway in Detroit, making our city stronger,” said Ilitch Holdings CEO Christopher IlIlitch of Detroit Pistons Owner Tom Gores’ announcement.

The Pistons are to leave their current home ground, The Palace of Auburn Hills, at the end of this season.

The 20,000 capacity Little Caesars Arena, a $1.2bn project, is expected to open by September 2017. The Pistons are also planning to build a “community center/practice facility” in Detroit.

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