The home of the Cleveland Cavaliers is newly transformed, both in name and in 150,000 square feet of new premium experiences, bringing fans at all ticket levels closer to their team, their city, and to each other. Everyone wants to feel special. But not everyone wants luxury. It’s a balance that relies on “curating a range of experiences from uber lux to tiny lux,” according to Matt Rossetti, President of ROSSETTI.
Last season, the Cleveland Cavaliers had the pleasure of playing in the second-largest arena in the NBA, with an overall capacity of 20,562. But, Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, then known as Quicken Loans Arena, was also the fourth-oldest and was ready for renovations to bring the facility to beyond modern NBA standards. But, when the time came to finally begin the arena’s overhaul, the Cavaliers organization did not forget what matters the most: its fans.
Detroit — It’s a final farewell to Auburn Hills. Almost. The Pistons opened their new practice facility on Monday afternoon, effectively ending their three-decades’ run in The Palace and the adjacent practice facility.
Detroit — It’s supposed to feel like home.
The women’s locker room expansion at Breslin Student Events Center is the final piece to the Michigan State University Basketball Program’s wholistic approach to athletic development. The Relaxation Room allows athletes to escape fromthe outside sources of stress and decompress. According to research, emotional and mental wellbeing is equally important to boost academic and athletic productivity.