PHILADELPHIA -- When it was time for Detroit to get back into the game or allow Philadelphia to even their playoff series, Chauncey Billups took over.
Billups made two clutch 3-pointers. He hit a nice fadeaway, and sank a couple of foul shots.
By the time Billups finished scoring 10 straight points for the Pistons in the final 3:05 of regulation, the 76ers' lead was gone -- and so might have been their shot at making this a long series.
Billups scored 12 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter, Rasheed Wallace hit a couple of 3-pointers in overtime and Detroit overcame an inspired effort by Allen Iverson to go up 3-1 in its first-round series with a 97-92 win over the Sixers on Sunday.