5-time NBA All-Star with the Detroit Pistons in the 1990s. Grant is currently a host of NBA TV’s NBA Inside Stuff.
1997 Stanley Cup Champion defenseman with the Detroit Red Wings, helped inspire back-to-back Championships in 1998.
An all-state multi-sport athlete at Mercy High School in Farmington Hills who set the scoring record for women’s basketball at the University of Michigan, a mark that stood for 36 years.
A Flint native and the leading scorer on Michigan State University’s 2000 NCAA men’s basketball National Championship team.
A Canton native who has won 17 medals in international swimming competitions, including eight Olympic medals, four of them gold.
1997 Heisman Trophy Winner and two-time All-American football defensive back for the University of Michigan.
In 36 years as the head basketball coach at Clarkston High School, his alma mater, he finished with more than 700 wins, third place in Michigan high school history.
As Michigan sports editor for the Associated Press for 21 years, he told Michigan sports stories to national and global audiences.
A Detroit News sports writer from 1966 to 2008, best known for his 31-year tenure as the Lions beat writer.
A Detroit native and long-time Executive with both the Detroit Pistons and Detroit Red Wings organizations, Wilson led the creation of the Palace of Auburn Hills during an illustrious 32-year career with Palace Sports & Entertainment that included nine Championships.
Saturday October 5, 2019 at 7 p.m. – Sound Board at MotorCity Casino Hotel
General Admission / Balcony
Reserved / Main Floor Ticket