Found July 31, 2013 on Next Impulse Sports:
A Redditor has come forward with a very lengthy telling of how he came to possess the most famous souvenir cup in the history of souvenir cups. The story is told in absurd detail (full gallery of the cup here), and we have no way of knowing if it’s 100% true. As Trey Kirby of The Basketball Jones points out, the cup does resemble the one that nailed Artest, thus sparking the Malice at the Palace. However, as Trey also points out, it’s not as if it was the only 2004 NBA Champions Pistons cup in the stands that night. Regardless, it’s a fun story, and one we’re really hoping is true: It was 3 days before my 20th birthday. What better a gift than a Pistons game that was bound to be a tug of war rematch of the previous year’s titanic Eastern Conference Finals. Myself, my girlfriend, and my best friend from college had scored amazing seats, in section 115, row CC. Three rows behind the Detroit bench. It was heaven (In a twist of fate, I’ve sat in that exact row now 4 times since then..)....
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