Kid Rock To Be Honored At Pistons Game Tonight

The Detroit Pistons play their first home game of the 2010-11 season tonight. Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder are in town for what should be, if not anything else, an interesting game. The Thunder aren't the only guests of the Pistons tonight, though.

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Kid Rock will be at the game as well in order to be honored for having 21 sold-out concerts at The Palace and DTE Energy Music Theatre. He will have the banner commemorating his sold-out concerts updated to reflect the new number and will be recognized at the end of the first quarter. Also, there will be a "Born Free" music video that incorporates clips from his concerts and Pistons highlights, and throughout the season the Pistons will be involved with Kid Rock.

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Starting Dec. 11, his clothing label, Made In Detroit, will be featured in a ticket/T-shirt deal called "Saturday Nights Are Made In Detroit." For $29 (or $79 in the lower level), fans will get two T-shirts with the Pistons logo designed in Made In Detroit style, plus two tickets.

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Tonight's game between the Pistons and Thunder begins at 8 p.m.

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