The Detroit Pistons have a long and successful playoff history that dates back to when they were the Fort Wayne Pistons in the 1950s. The organization officially became the Detroit Pistons in 1957 and has won three NBA titles in their history. The pinnacle for the Pistons occurred in the late 1980s when they advanced to three straight NBA Finals, winning two of them and started a historic rivalry with the Chicago Bulls. The very successful run along with iconic players like Isaiah Thomas has made Detroit Pistons playoff tickets very popular. Detroit Pistons playoff tickets vary depending on game and season, but demand is always high. Detroit playoff tickets will grant you access to one game, and later games in series are purchased in the event that the series is extended passed the guaranteed 4 games. Score with Ticket City – the place to go for Detroit Pistons playoff tickets.
The Detroit Pistons haven’t made it to the NBA Finals since 2005 when they lost to the San Antonio Spurs in seven games. The organization last won an NBA championship in 2004 when they defeated the Los Angeles Lakers. The Pistons are hoping return to the NBA playoffs for the first time since 2009 and to advance back to the Eastern Conference Finals and NBA Finals and in order to accomplish these lofty goals; the Pistons will have to make their way through a very tough NBA Playoff Schedule in the Eastern Conference. The East is tough and this year all 8 teams have a chance to advance through the NBA playoffs. The Detroit Pistons playoff schedule is determined by their final seeding in the Eastern Conference, that seeding will determine home court advantage and game times as the Pistons move through the Eastern Conference Playoffs.
- 2009: Lost Eastern Conference First Round (Cleveland Cavaliers)
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