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NBA: Detroit Sets New Turnover Record, Beats San Antonio in Game 4 of Playoffs


Pistons' Rasheed Wallace dunks the ball during the fourth quarter
The Detroit Pistons set a new National Basketball Association record for the lowest number of turnovers in a playoff game as they overpowered the San Antonio Spurs, 102-71 in Game Four of the NBA finals Thursday night.

The Pistons committed only three turnovers as they evened the seven game series at two games each.

Seven Pistons players scored in double figures with Lindsey Hunter and Chauncey Billups scoring 17 points each. Tim Duncan had 16 points and 16 rebounds in a losing effort for the Spurs.

In each of the first four games, the home team has won by a large margin.

Game Five of the series will be played Sunday in Detroit.

Some information for this report provided by AP and Reuters.

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