Six can't miss home games for the Detroit Pistons this season

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Feb 7, 2014; Auburn Hills, MI, USA; Brooklyn Nets power forward Reggie Evans (30) shoots on Detroit Pistons small forward Josh Smith (6) and small forward Kyle Singler (25) in the second quarter at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

For NBA fans across the country, last night’s release of the NBA regular season is double sided.

Initially it brings excitement for what’s to come next year. It reminds us of what could be.

Every team makes changes that garner excitement for the fan base. Just take a look at the Central division.

The Bulls return Derrick Rose and added Pau Gasol inside. The Milwaukee Bucks added arguably the best player in the draft in Jabari Parker.

Let’s not even talk about the Cavs.

And even the fans of teams like the Pacers that have had nothing but horrible news this off-season get enjoyment out of staring vigorously at the matchups coming up throughout the season.

The second edge of the blade though is that it’s a reminder that the regular season is still more than two months away.

The best way to ignore the pain that is the offseason is to take a look at the best games on the schedule to physically attend during the season.

Detroit Piston fans know that the Palace is one of the best venues in the NBA to take in a game.

Not taking the home opener against Brooklyn into consideration, here is our list of the best games to make your way down to Auburn Hills for during the 2014-15 season.

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