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Detroit Pistons Information
The franchise was founded in 1941 in Fort Wayne, Indiana by Fred Zollner, owner of a General Motors subsidiary that manufactured piston parts. Lead by star forward George Yardley,
the Fort Wayne Pistons were a popular franchise and appeared in the NBA Finals in 1954 and 1955, losing both times. In 1957, Zollner moved the team to Detroit, a much larger city
that did not have an NBA franchise; the Detroit Gems had folded after one season of existence. The new Detroit Pistons played in Olympia Stadium (home of the NHL's Detroit Red
Wings at the time) for their first four seasons, then moved to Cobo Arena. The franchise was a consistent disappointment, struggling on both the court and the box office. In 1974,
Zollner sold the team to Bill Davidson, who remains the team's principal owner. Displeased with the team's location in downtown Detroit, Davidson moved it to the suburb of Pontiac
in 1978, where it played in the mammoth Silverdome, a structure built for professional football (the Silverdome was the home of the NFL's Detroit Lions at the time).