Monday, September 21, 2009

Pistons' Open Practice Promises Twist

Pistons fans are already anxious to see the new players on the 2009-10 roster once training camp begins next week. Apparently the team is planning another way to entice interest in the club.

According to Keith Langlois at Pistons.com, the Pistons are planning to hold their annual open practice to the public during preseason. Though the details have yet to be officially released, Langlois says there is a twist in the works this year to attract even more fans.

The Pistons have held the open practice for the last couple of seasons at Oakland University in Rochester. As for the twist, perhaps it's a meet-and-greet with players. It could be a chance to win extra prizes. It could even be a chance to play H-O-R-S-E with the coaching staff, which has happened in past years.

Details are expected to be formally announced shortly.

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Steve St-Pierre
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In Play! Magazine
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1 comment:

  1. That sounds like a great day. Get to check up on some of the up and coming players and enjoy a day of playing basketball with the Detroit Pistons. It sounds like a fan's fantasy come true.

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