Grant Hill scored 28 points as the Detroit Pistons ended San Antonio's seven-game winning streak with a 102-80 win last night in Auburn Hills, Mich.
David Robinson scored 15 points, Tim Duncan added 14 and Chucky Brown had 13 for the Spurs, who made three baskets in the fourth quarter. San Antonio, which shot 36 percent, entered the game tied with Portland for the NBA's best record at 14-3.
San Antonio trailed by 20 points entering the fourth quarter. It went without a basket for the first 4 minutes 42 seconds of the period, scoring only on free throws.
Jerry Stackhouse scored six of his 21 points as Detroit opened the third quarter with a 9-2 run. A driving layup by Stackhouse gave the Pistons a 74-52 lead with 2:46 remaining in the quarter. They took a 78-58 lead into the fourth quarter.
The Spurs, who beat Detroit by 19 points Tuesday, took a 12-4 lead when Duncan made three consecutive jumpers.
Robinson's three-point play with 7:02 left in the first quarter gave San Antonio a 17-9 lead, but the Pistons rallied.
Lindsey Hunter, who finished with 20 points, scored eight of his 12 first-quarter points as Detroit went on a 16-6 run. The Pistons took their first lead, 25-23, on a jumper by Michael Curry with 52 seconds left in the quarter.
The Spurs, who committed eight turnovers in the first quarter, had four more turnovers in the second. Detroit took advantage, opening the quarter with an 20-3 run for a 45-26 lead on Jerome Williams's dunk off a steal with 5:21 left in the first half.
* 76ERS 102, CAVALIERS 100: Aaron McKie scored 25 points, including an eight-foot jumper at the overtime buzzer, to lift Philadelphia on the road.
McKey took an inbounds pass at midcourt with 5.6 seconds remaining and drove to the right of the lane. He stopped and appeared to lose the ball as he went up for the shot, but his jumper swished through the net.
Cleveland's Brevin Knight had tied the score at 100 by driving the lane for a layup with 5.6 seconds to go.
Lamond Murray sank a three-pointer to pull Cleveland within 99-98 with 12.3 seconds left. Billy Owens made one of two free throws with 10.3 seconds remaining to give Philadelphia a 100-98 advantage.
* PACERS 100, JAZZ 75: If Utah expected Indiana to be tired on the final night of a Western road swing, it was wrong.
Reggie Miller scored 31 points and Jalen Rose added 17 as the Pacers beat the uninspired Jazz, giving Indiana three victories on its four-game road trip. It was Utah's worst defeat since a 105-78 loss to Houston in 1993.
Indiana's Mark Jackson and Al Harrington each scored 12 points. Jackson also had nine assists. Utah's Karl Malone had 16 points and 10 rebounds; teammate Jeff Hornacek scored 10 points.