Swin Cash, Cheryl Ford, and Ruth Riley show their Pistons pride.
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On one side of the facility, there was a line of tables set out with merchandise to be autographed. There was everything from T-shirts to posters to basketballs; all the players needed were Sharpies. One of the more unique aspects of this station was used for outlining as opposed to autographing. Each of the players was asked for a hand, as well as a foot, while staff members traced them for future use.
On the opposite side of the facility, a row of multimedia stations was arranged. At one station, players posed for headshots and other promotional photos. The next station over had a green-screen background. Each player had a set of different movements and skills such as dribbling and passing she was asked to complete. These videos will
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The final stations were set up for members of the media to conduct interviews with the players. There was also one table designated for a lucky family who won a contest and was allowed to interview each player.
To top a successful day off, Zap was also present and stirring up trouble as usual.