The Palace of Auburn Hills, longtime home of the Detroit Pistons, was imploded on Saturday.
Located in Auburn Hills, Michigan, the arena opened its doors for the first time in August 1988 for a Sting concert.
It was also the scene of the infamous "Malice at the Palace," which resulted in criminal charges against five Indiana Pacers players after a brawl between them and Pistons players saw members of the Pacers enter the stands to fight with spectators. Five fans were also charged with assault and battery.
After the Pistons moved into the Little Caesars Arena before the 2017-18 season, the Palace closed its doors for good in October 2017.
In addition to the Pistons, the arena also served as the home to several professional sports teams in Detroit, including the WNBA's Detroit Shock (1998-09) and Arena Football League's Detroit Fury (2001-04).