Arena: The Palace of Auburn Hills ▪ Attendance: 872,902 (1st of 29)
NBA 2004 Playoffs:
Won NBA Finals (4-1) versus Los Angeles Lakers (Series Stats)
Won NBA Eastern Conference Finals (4-2) versus Indiana Pacers (Series Stats)
Won NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals (4-3) versus New Jersey Nets (Series Stats)
Won NBA Eastern Conference First Round (4-1) versus Milwaukee Bucks (Series Stats)
Transactions listed are from July 1, 2003 to June
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|July 26, 2003||Signing||
Signed Elden Campbell as a free agent.
|August 21, 2003||Trade|
|August 28, 2003||Trade|
|September 12, 2003||Retirement||
Danny Manning retired.
|September 23, 2003||Signing||
Signed Darvin Ham as a free agent.
|September 29, 2003||Signing||
Signed Ronald Dupree as a free agent.
|October 11, 2003||Signing||
Signed Derrick Zimmerman as a free agent.
|October 22, 2003||Waiver||
Waived Derrick Zimmerman.
|October 23, 2003||Waiver||
Waived Ronald Dupree.
|October 28, 2003||Signing||
Signed Tremaine Fowlkes as a free agent.
|January 20, 2004||Waiver||
Waived Hubert Davis.
|February 19, 2004||Trade||
As part of a 3-team trade, the Detroit Pistons traded Chucky Atkins, Lindsey Hunter and a 2004 1st round draft pick (Tony Allen was later selected) to the Boston Celtics; the Detroit Pistons traded Zeljko Rebraca, Bob Sura and a 2004 1st round draft pick (Josh Smith was later selected) to the Atlanta Hawks; the Atlanta Hawks traded Rasheed Wallace to the Detroit Pistons; the Boston Celtics traded Chris Mills to the Atlanta Hawks; and the Boston Celtics traded Mike James to the Detroit Pistons.
|February 26, 2004||Signing||
Signed Lindsey Hunter as a free agent.
|June 24, 2004||Draft||
Drafted Rickey Paulding in the 2nd round (54th pick) of the 2004 NBA Draft.