Detroit Pistons News – 2013 Pistons Updates
If the Detroit Pistons can keep their young core intact there may be big things in the future. Second year guard Brandon Knight continues to develop and third year big man Greg Monroe looks like an All Star caliber player already. Adding Jose Calderon from the Toronto Raptors
helps with depth, and there have been positive contributions of first year players Kyle Singler and Andre Drummond. Now the Pistons have a young group of players to build on and some solid role players in the mix. Combined with relatively new ownership, Detroit's future appears bright and they look to be heading in the right direction.
Searches for Detroit Pistons tickets have slowly declined since the teams 2004 NBA Finals win against the Los Angeles Lakers
. 2013 was the first year that searches were higher than year prior. If the Pistons can develop their young roster into a Championship team, interest in the team should continue to increase.
Pistons basketball tickets have dropped significantly in price following the start of the NHL season after the lockout. In fact, among NBA
teams that share a City with an NHL
team, the Detroit Pistons saw the greatest decrease in ticket price following the January 6 end to the NHL lockout, declining 41%. If you're wondering, Detroit Red Wings tickets are more expensive than Detroit Pistons tickets.
The most expensive Division matchup at The Palace of Auburn Hills
this season will be against the Chicago Bulls
(4/7). The cheapest Divisional game at home will be played against the Cleveland Cavs
. Cheap Pistons tickets are available the entire season with prices starting at $10 a seat or less for every game except the one against the New York Knicks