The Detroit Pistons thrilled fans everywhere when they made a playoffs appearance at the end of the NBA 2015 – 2016 regular season, even if that appearance ended in a losing sweep. The Pistons lost 0 - 4 in the first round against Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, who went on to win the championship title. Detroit seems to have learned from its mistakes, however, gaining Marcus Morris and a few other powerful trades in the off-season. Be there to you’re your support when the team makes its return to Palace of Auburn Hills this fall. Check back often and buy all of your Detroit Pistons tickets here at Razorgator.
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At 34-38, the Detroit Pistons are far back in the Eastern Conference standings, but the team isn’t far away from clinching a spot in the NBA playoffs. As of March 22, the Pistons were just a game and a half behind Miami for eighth place.
However, by losing to Chicago 117-95 on March 22, the Pistons found themselves losers of five of their last six games. With 10 games remaining, the Pistons need to reverse that trend in order to qualify for the playoffs for the second straight season but for just the second time in the past nine years.
Six Pistons average in double figures, led by Tobias Harris’ 16.3 per game average.
… moreAndre Drummond averages 14 rebounds per game, second in the NBA.
It was a high scoring affair for the Detroit Pistons and Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday night! Andre Drummond was on fire most of the evening, especially in the third and fourth quarters of the game. Although the visiting Lakers put on an impressive display, it wasn’t enough to catch the home team. The Pistons clinched the win with a 121-102 result. Detroit will now hit the road for meetings with the Toronto Raptors and Milwaukee Bucks. They return to Palace of Auburn Hills on Wednesday, February 15, to host the lukewarm Dallas Mavericks. Tickets are on sale and currently available for purchase starting at prices as low as $5.
The Detroit Pistons are under fire in Week 13 of the NBA season. The team has fallen to well below .500, a spot they simply don’t want to be in at this point in the year. After losing to the Jazz Friday night, however, the Pistons have taken some steps in the right direction. Sunday they played in Los Angeles, beating the Lakers by five. Then on Wednesday, the Atlanta Hawks were in town, and Reggie Jackson scored an impressive 26 points to help get his team the 118-95 win. Up next, Detroit plays a couple at home against Washington on Jan. 21 and Sacramento Jan. 23. Get your tickets now and you’ll pay just $8 and up.
The Detroit Pistons headed into their game against the Indiana Pacers on January 3 with their heads held high. They had everything in their favor. The Pacers are one of the worst clubs away from home and the Pistons have a spitfire crowd to deal with. However, neither of these factors helped the Pistons on Tuesday night. George Paul for the Pacers was basically unstoppable all night. He was able to put up 32 points on the board to help the Pacers whiz past the Pistons. The finals score was 121-116 for the Pacers. See if the Pistons can recover the tough home loss when they play again at home against the Charlotte Hornets on January 7. Tickets start at $5.
Struggles offensively have the Detroit Pistons in an unenviable position. Losing the last three games has been frustrating for the players and their coach, Stan Van Gundy, who simply stated that the Pistons are “not in a good place right now.” Up next for the Pistons is a difficult home stretch against competitive teams. This Friday and Monday, Dec. 23 and 26, the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers are in town to face the Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills. These are the best two teams in the NBA, and Detroit will need all the support they can get! Get your tickets today for $38 and up.
They have one of the toughest schedules in the NBA, but the Detroit Pistons have managed to stay afloat even without Reggie Jackson on the floor. Recent wins over top ten teams like the Celtics and the Bulls are not enough to ensure Detroit’s presence in the postseason, however, but now that Jackson is back the team hopes to climb their way up the Eastern Conference rankings. Fortunately, with 60 games left on the schedule there is plenty for the Pistons improve on their 11-11 start to the season. They will play in Minnesota this Friday, Dec. 9, but will be back in Detroit on Sunday, Dec. 11, against the 76ers. Tickets for both games are on sale now!
Playing without Reggie Jackson is becoming more and more of a strain for the Detroit Pistons. November has been a rough month without the point guard, who is expected to return to the court sometime in early December. Despite the huge setback, the Pistons overcame a four-game slump this week to earn a 107-84 victory over the Miami Heat Wednesday night. At 6-8, Detroit has some work cut out if they’re to climb their way back up the rankings. Luckily, it’s only Week 5, and plenty more basketball is still to be played. They have another chance to earn a point for their win column this Friday, Nov. 25, against the Clippers at the Palace at Auburn Hills. Tickets start at just $15.
The Detroit Pistons added another win to their record when they beat the Nuggets on November 5, but then were unable to make it two in a row then they fell to the Clippers on the 7. The win against the Nuggets ensured that the Pistons have not lost at home so far this season. They scored the first 10 points and then never fell behind. Andre Drummond scored 19 points and grabbed an impressive 20 rebounds. This was a big difference between the previous two games, where Drummond only had six and nine points respectively. The Pistons head to Phoenix to play the Suns on the 9 and then San Antonio to play the Spurs on the 11. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $9.
We’re just a few days in to the NBA season, and the Detroit Pistons have a busy and tough schedule ahead of them. With the entire starting lineup and many others returning this year, fans are hopeful that the Pistons can continue to grow as a team and make it to the playoffs again in 2017. After their season opener in Toronto, the Pistons will head home for a three-game stint at the Palace of Auburn Hills Arena. Things kick off Friday, Oct. 28, against the Magic and continue with games Sunday, Oct. 30 against the Bucks and Tuesday, Nov. 1 against the Knicks. Seats are available now at all price points, starting at just $5.
Detroit Pistons fans know what Reggie Jackson meant to the team last year. The point guard was able to score, dish and drive almost at will, and it was largely because of his talents that the team made the playoffs for the first time in years. While Andre Drummond might be the face of the team, the preseason is making it clear that the Pistons need someone to step up in the injured Jackson’s place, and they need it to happen in a hurry. The Pistons’ home opener will be on October 28 against an Eastern Conference foe in the Orlando Magic. Tickets for that game are available and start as low as $11.
The Detroit Pistons are preparing for the start of the 2016-2017 season. The team has been building themselves up the past couple of years, making their way to the playoffs last year. The team is optimistic that their ready to go even further this year. Reggie Jackson and Andre Drummond are back and ready to own the court. They are expected to be joined in the starting five by Marcus Morris, Tobias Harris and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. Their first preseason game will be against the Nets in Brooklyn on October 6, and then they host the Spurs on the 10. You can get your tickets now for almost all games this season. Prices for the Nets game on the 6th start at just $5.
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