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Sunday, December 02, 2007

Prince scores 20 points to lead the Pistons past the Bucks, 117-91

The Milwaukee Bucks' Desmond Mason (24) loses the ball as he tries to drive past Detroit Pistons' Tayshaun Prince (22), who scored 20 points and the Detroit Pistons put away the Milwaukee Bucks early in a 117-91 victory Saturday night.

The Pistons' Rasheed Wallace knocks the ball away from the Bucks' Michael Redd. Wallace's dunk with 5:29 left in the third answered Redd's layup that pulled the Bucks within 11, but that was as close as Milwaukee got. The Pistons closed out the quarter with a 19-10 run, capped by Prince's 3-pointer that gave them a commanding 84-65 lead entering the final quarter. Chauncey Billups added 18 points and nine assists, Wallace had 15 points and 10 rebounds, and reserve Jason Maxiell scored 13 points.

The Pistons' Richard Hamilton (32) puts up a shot with Milwaukee Bucks' Andrew Bogut, left, defending.

Hamilton (32) steals the ball from Milwaukee Bucks' Yi Jianlian (9).

Detroit Pistons' Antonio McDyess, top, blocks the shot of Milwaukee Bucks' Bobby Simmons (21).
(AP Photos by Morry Gash)


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