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Pistons win game six, action now moves to the Palace.

CLEVELAND (AP) _ The Detroit Pistons stepped up and made all the
big plays down the stretch in beating the Cleveland Cavaliers
84-to-82 to even their series 3-3 and force a decisive Game Seven.
  That will take place on Sunday at The Palace in Auburn Hills
where Pistons star Rasheed Wallace promises the crowd will be
``bananas'' for the elimination game.
  Wallace led the Pistons with 24 points. Richard Hamilton had 17
and Chauncey Billups 15 for the Pistons, who grabbed several key
offensive rebounds in the final minutes to deny the Cavaliers a
trip to the Eastern Conference finals against Miami.
  LeBron James finished with 32 points, eleven rebounds and five
assists. But Cleveland's superstar had seven turnovers and he and
his teammates weren't able to beat the Pistons to loose balls in
the final three minutes.

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