The students at Flint's Doyle Ryder elementary all had the same response when they walked into their new library on Wednesday.
"Does this look better?" someone asked them.
"YES!" they all shouted.
It's been three years since students have checked out books from an actual library. Floods have ruined the library at the school multiple times. When the Pistons found out about the situation, they granted the school a newly-constructed area.
Rookie forward Henry Ellenson helped teachers and volunteers move books last month, and returned Wednesday for the ribbon-cutting.
"It's a big day. To see a library at a place that desperately needed it, it is so cool to be here. There's so much positivity," Ellenson said.
BRAD GALLI HAS MORE ABOUT THE DAY IN THE VIDEO PLAYER ABOVE