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Fort Wayne Has Lost Another Pro Basketball Team

Fort Wayne once housed an NBA team. Fort Wayne, Indiana is losing another professional basketball franchise as the National Basketball Association’s Indiana Pacers' G League...

The NBA Is Not Going To Expand Into Paris

The NBA will play a game in France. It is very unlikely that National Basketball Association Commissioner Adam Silver will be singing Gay Paree as...

The Arena That Changed Sports Business was Blown Up

The memory lingers on. The Palace of Auburn Hills is no more. They took dynamite to the 32-year-old building in Auburn Hills, Michigan and flattened...

Pontiac, Michigan Was A Sports Urban Policy Failure

Public policy failure. Once upon a time, the National Football League’s Monday Night Football road show stopped in Pontiac, Michigan at the Pontiac Silverdome,...

The Arena That Changed The NBA Is Facing The Wrecking Ball

We've already said goodbye. It is almost time to say goodbye to the 31-year-old Palace of Auburn Hills that stands in a Detroit...

Pistons Defeat The Magic 120-115 in OT

The Magic shot 67.5 percent from the floor in the first half, but the Pistons were able to hold the margin to 63-58 with a 6-1 rebounding advantage on the offensive glass and nine free throws to Orlando's three.

Pistons Beat Magic By Controlling The Boards

Detroit center Andre Drummond has expanded his offensive game dramatically. Drummond had 23 points and 19 rebounds and the Pistons beat the Orlando Magic 103-96 on Wednesday night to snap a five-game losing streak.

Richardson’s 27 Points Pushes Heat Past Pistons In OT

Minus their big man, the Miami Heat were looking for someone to come up big. Josh Richardson answered the call.

Goodbye Pontiac Silverdome, Finally

The Silverdome was the home to the Lions and Pistons   Public spending for stadiums and arenas is a staple of modern day sports in the...