[Associated Press] Pistons Nip Cavaliers, Force Game 7 Summoning all their postseason experience and making every big play down the stretch, the Pistons beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 84-82 to even their series and force a decisive Game 7. "We know what it takes," Detroit's Ben Wallace said. "We've been together a while. We don't panic." .... The Pistons' biggest win of 2006 wasn't secure until the final tick of the clock, when a free throw intentionally missed by LeBron James was nearly tipped into the basket by Detroit's Chauncey Billups - another unlucky bounce for the Cavs. "I got my hand on it, and I almost made the basket for them," Billups said. "When it was in the air, I was like, 'Wow, not like this.'" [Hmmm. Chauncey almost admits to being concerned. Things are looking up.] Richard Hamilton Solid Again for Pistons CLEVELAND (AP) -- Richard Hamilton has been as steady as he is skinny in the second round of the NBA playoffs. Hamilton scored 17 points to help the Pistons avoid elimination with an 84-82 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night in Game 6. [NBA.com] James Can't Do It Alone as Pistons Force Game 7 CLEVELAND, May 19 (Ticker) -- LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers may have just witnessed the end of their season. James scored 32 points, but it was not enough as the Detroit Pistons got a few clutch shots from Rasheed Wallace and some big offensive rebounds down the stretch to post an 84-82 victory in Game 6 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series.