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It has been a huge rollercoaster ride, that's for sure, but we will look at why we have been so patient and why this season has been so much better than the last few years.

The Chicago Bulls and Pistons fought out an intense playoff game in which the Pistons demanded everything from the great Michael Jordan. The Pistons lost their home games in Indianapolis and lost the championship to Syracuse in seven games.

The Boston Celtics had the opportunity to beat the Pistons on January 3, so you'd expect Tatum to come out with an aggressive play. Boston got their revenge on Sunday, but Detroit tohave a little time to rest as they immediately traveled to Milwaukee to make room against the Bucks on Monday night.

Leon Rose has a lead over the Pistons, but it's up to the Knicks to extend their lead. We'll take a look at the state of the team to get a better idea of how Ball can improve the Detroit Pistons and their future.

The Pistons are in the Central Division, but New York is looking to Detroit because Rose and Griffin are playing limited minutes and are likely to miss at least the first half of the season because of injury. To take this into account, here's a look at what to watch on Monday when we preview the Eastern Conference teams competing against the New Jersey Nets, the Chicago Bulls and the Detroit Pistons.

Detroit is the only city in the country that houses four professional sports franchises in a downtown area. Home to the Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons and Detroit Lions, it is home to one of North America's most dynamic sports markets. Detroit is also the new jewel of sports arenas in this country, with Michigan State University's Ann Arbor Arena and Ford Field in Detroit.

The facility serves as a hub for fitness, health and nutrition programs and was the first NBA facility to introduce a fitness center with a state-of-the-art gym, fitness lounge, gym and locker rooms.

In 1957, the Pistons moved from Fort Wayne, where they belonged to Fred Zollner and became known as the "Fort Wayne Zollsner Pistons," to Detroit. The team simply followed its fans and moved to the Silverdome, a state-of-the-art basketball arena in downtown Detroit that was frequented by middle-class people who were supposed to be the team's fan base in the 1960s. While incredible numbers of spectators were counted at basketball games, the game at the Gold Dome was far from ideal for the Detroit Pistons and the city of Detroit.

Detroit basketball fans, however, would have the same problems with the Silverdome as every other arena in the US in the 1960s and 1970s.

The Pistons brought in Ben Wallace, a then-unknown player, and brought the Pistons back to their old glory days, appearing in the Eastern Conference finals and winning consistently. The players helped Detroit return to the NBA elite and secured the team's first playoff appearance since 2005, when they lost in seven games to the San Antonio Spurs. With Wallace and the rest of the starting lineup, they became champions for the first time in franchise history in 2006 and won their second NBA championship in 2007. Pistons reached the Eastern Conference finals, but they didn't resurface until the 2010-11 season, the last time they appeared in a championship game.

Most of the key players in that team left after the 2009-10 season, and Grant Hillleft the club in voluntary capacity. The Pistons then began a rebuilding phase, changing coaches every year.

The Detroit Pistons will have a full-time general manager until they decide to hire a new head coach, whenever that may be.

The way Grant has been maligned is eerily reminiscent of the time Reggie Jackson was brought to Detroit. The Detroit Pistons could enter the 2020-21 season without a full-time general manager for the first time in franchise history. There will be no further changes to the Pistons' lineup for a long time, if there is one in the NBA for that long.

He was one of the best guards in Pistons history, along with Isiah Thomas and Joe Dumars. He retired from the jersey in 2016 and will be retired from the team in 2018 after retiring from basketball.

In the 1950s, the Fort Wayne Pistons reached the NBA Finals twice, but did not win a championship and reached them twice. The franchise that had its greatest success in Detroit, winning back-to-back NBA championships in the 1980s, was shaken when Chuck Daly led the team to nine consecutive seasons. Detroit selected the future Hall of Famer because of his coaching stability, coaching ability and leadership. Lanier's 10 years with the Pistons continued their mediocrity, as they had only three winning seasons during his 10-year tenure as Pistons. To the cheers of the players from the bench, they reached an NBA Finals for the first time in franchise history in 1978.

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