While in town, former Detroit Pistons center Ben Wallace had a little extra fun in Auburn Hills, MI on Friday.

The 6’9 former NBA star was in town when he apparently decided to try the doors to the Palace of Auburn Hills. That’s when he discovered the doors to be open.

Naturally, Wallace chose to tape his adventure through the legendary arena of which his No. 3 Pistons jersey once hung in the rafters before being relocated to the Little Caesars Arena.


“This place still give me goosebumps,” Wallace concluded while sharing his on-the-court view of the arena which housed Detroit’s only three championship seasons.

With nine seasons in Detroit and four all-star selections under his belt, Wallace would know as much as anyone the magic of the Palace.

The Palace itself has been closed since September of 2017, with a Bob Seger concert providing the final entertainment for the foreseeable future.

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