The NBA may not approve the Pistons' move to Detroit if…

The NBA may not approve the Pistons’ move to Detroit if all legal and financing matters are not settled before its board meets next month, according to an affidavit by the team’s chief financial officer. In a sworn affidavit filed late Friday, Palace Sports & Entertainment and Detroit Pistons CFO Greg Campbell said the lawsuit, which was filed in federal court June 1 by activist Robert Davis and City Clerk candidate D. Etta Wilcoxon, might hamper the team’s plans to play their first preseason game on Oct. 4 in Detroit, nearly 40 years after former owner Bill Davidson took the team to Oakland County.
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