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“The big changes I think most fans are going to see is we’ve got the new LED system, the audio system is all brand new,” McCullough said. “We have new lighting that we had last year, but we should be a little bit better with it this year, so you can see a difference. So when we go to timeout, we should be able to dim the lights like you see in some of the other buildings. “And there’s a new retail store up in the 300 level for our ‘Culture’ brand, which is doing incredible business, so we gave it its own store.”
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September 18, 2019 | 8:25 pm EDT Update
On Wednesday, some members of the Pistons organization joined Henry Ford for the sports medicine center’s ribbon-cutting ceremony. Detroit Lions team owner Martha Ford, 94, the widow of William Clay Ford, was in attendance. (The Lions also use Henry Ford for their team’s doctors.). “Our move to Detroit would not have happened without our partnership with Henry Ford,” said Arn Tellem, vice chairman of the Pistons. “Our organizations have worked side by side to create one of the best developments in medicine and sports, not in the region, in the world. This is a true game-changer for our team, franchise and the community.”
September 18, 2019 | 7:05 pm EDT Update
Pacers coach Nate McMillan echoed Bitadze’s disappointment in missing Summer League, adding the rookie would’ve played if he was able to. “We tried to do everything we could to try to speed up that visa,” McMillan said. “As soon as we drafted him, we talked about it that night. To try to get it, put a rush on it and get it so he could get back and play. I would’ve loved to see him play in Vegas. It didn’t work out, but it was good to see him in some runs in the month of August and September.”