Cobo Arena

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Cobo Arena
Location Detroit, Michigan
Opened 1960
Other Names n/a
Tenants Detroit Pistons (1961-78)
Michigan Stags (1974-75)

Cobo Arena was an arena built in 1960 with seating for 12,000 that served as the home court of the NBA's Detroit Pistons from 1961 to 1978 and the host of the NCAA Division I Men's Indoor Track and Field Championships from 1965 to 1981.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Basketball Association 1962-63 Detroit Pistons Program
National Basketball Association 1963-64 Detroit Pistons Program
National Basketball Association 1964-65 Detroit Pistons Program
National Basketball Association 1965-66 Detroit Pistons Program
National Basketball Association 1967-68 Detroit Pistons Program
National Basketball Association 1968-69 Detroit Pistons Program
National Basketball Association 1969-70 Detroit Pistons Program (1 • 2)
National Basketball Association 1970-71 Detroit Pistons Program
National Basketball Association 1971-72 Detroit Pistons Program
National Basketball Association 1972-73 Detroit Pistons Program
National Basketball Association 1973-74 Detroit Pistons Program
World Hockey Association 1974-75 Michigan Stags Program (1 • 2 • 3)

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