The Detroit Pistons were founded as Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons in 1941 and didn't move to Detroit until 1957. The name referred to the founder's company that manufactured pistons for General Motors. The team plays its home games in front of up to 21,000 spectators at the Litte Caesars Arena in Detroit. The Pistons have been in the league since the NBA was founded in 1949 and have won a total of 3 championship titles. The first two were won by the Bad Boys around Isiah Thomas, Joe Dumars and Dennis Rodman in 1989 and 1990. In 1994, the Detroit Pistons drafted Grant Hill, who was rookie of the year with Jason Kidd and was considered heir to Michael Jordan . However, the team with Hill could never really win, so that he wanted to switch in 2000 and for a.o. Ben Wallace was traded. The third title was won in 2004 with players like Chauncey Billups, Rasheed Wallace and the defensive monster Ben Wallace against the super team of the Los Angeles Lakers with Shaquille O’Neal, Kobe Bryant, Karl Malone and Gary Payton. After winning the title, the Detroit Pistons made negative headlines when a game against the Indiana Pacers sparked a mass brawl in which spectators were also involved. The brawl, known as Malice in the Palace, resulted in the suspension of 9 players with a total of 146 games penalty - the main part of this had Ron Artest with 86 games, who was considered the trigger and main culprit of the brawl. In 2005, the Pistons were again in the final, but lost to Tim Duncan and his San Antonio Spurs. With Allen Iverson in 2008 and Tracy McGrady in 2010, the Detroit Pistons were able to sign two aging stars, but they were no longer able to relive the glamor of old times. Andre Drummond and Blake Griffin were seen as the Pistons' new hope, but that wasn't enough for a real turnaround of the franchise either.
What cap shapes and designs are available?
The following versions are currently offered:
- New Era 59Fifty fitted Cap
- New Era 9Fifty Snapback Cap
- New Era 9Fifty Stretch Snapback Cap
- New Era 9Forty adjustable Cap
- Mitchell & Ness Snapback Cap
- Mitchell & Ness 110 Flexfit Snapback Cap
- New Era winter hats
- Mitchell & Ness Beanies
What colors and logos are the most popular?
The team colors of the Detroit Pistons are blue and red. That's why most Detroit Pistons Caps are made in these colors. The current logo shows a red basketball with white and red outlines and the name in the middle. This logo has been in use since 2006 and was also in use from 1980 to 1996. One of the most popular NBA logos was on the Pistons between 1997 and 2001 with a horse's head, exhausts and flames. During this time, the team also changed the team colors to turquoise, red and yellow to keep up with the fashion of the eye-catching logos and colors. In 2002 this logo was adapted again with the old team colors and discarded again in 2005. With Grant Hill as the workhorse, the logo was very popular from 1997, whether on jerseys, shirts or Detroit Pistons caps. Even today, caps with this logo are still very popular.
Most popular Detroit Pistons Caps:
- black snapback with old logo
- blue snapback with current logo
- blue curved visor with current logo
- turquoise snapback with old logo
- black snapback with Team Arch logo
Which cap shapes are most popular?
The old logo from the 90s is very popular with the Detroit Pistons, so the snapbacks that were often worn at the time are very popular. Both the Bad Boys logo and the Horse Power logo are often worn on this capart. Those who want it more modern can use New Era 9Forty or Mitchell & Ness 110 Flexfit Caps, which have a curved peak. Fitted caps like 59Fifty are mostly only worn by collectors and with unusual logos.
Which brands does TOPPERZSTORE currently offer Detroit Pistons Caps from?
We offer Detroit Pistons Caps from New Era and Mitchell & Ness. The classic logos are available from Mitchell & Ness and the current ones from New Era.
Does TOPPERZSTORE offer exclusive Detroit Pistons Caps?
In the area of NBA Exclusive Caps, we are currently expanding the range. Detroit Pistons Caps will also be offered in the future. If you have any requests for special Detroit Pistons Caps, please send us an email with your ideas.