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Little Caesars Arena to host 2024 Sweet 16 and Elite 8

The NCAA is coming to Detroit.

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The regional games of the 2024 NCAA NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament are headed to the Motor City.

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The venue has already hosted the early round games in 2018, and is scheduled to do so next year, making 2024 the 3rd time that LCA has hosted the NCAA Tournament:

The 2020 Frozen Four championship series was originally scheduled at LCA, however was put off due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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“I just got a call – I didn’t have much of a heads up, but just got a call and told me I was on my way to Detroit,” he explained regarding the trade. “I didn’t really have much of a heads-up; I just got called and they told me I was on my way to Detroit. Obviously it was surprising and shocking when it happens.”

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