For much of last season, the most interesting reason to watch the Detroit Pistons may have been to see which musical act was playing at halftime. Then, after a 4-20 start, coach Lawrence Frank's group began to click a bit. Detroit was a .500 team the rest of the way, beating teams like Boston and the Los Angeles Lakers and offering a bit of hope for the future. There's still work to be done in this rebuilding project, but new owner Tom Gores has overseen an effort to improve the entertainment experience at home games. Now, he's hoping the Pistons - behind young big man Greg Monroe and guard Brandon Knight - are ready to make a push for the playoffs.