AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) _ Joe Dumars hit three straight 3-pointers in a 75-second stretch to give Detroit the lead on the way to a 103-97 exhibition victory over Sacramento on Thursday night.

Dumars' three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter turned an 88-86 deficit into a 95-88 lead for the Pistons, who led the rest of the way.

Dumars finished with 25 points, Lindsey Hunter added 18 and Grant Hill and Otis Thorpe scored 16 each.

Walt Williams scored 25 points to lead Sacramento. Mitch Richmond, who fouled out in the third quarter, added 15 and Bobby Hurley 10.

Sacramento, trailing 76-70 after three quarters, started the fourth with a 10-2 run. Williams capped it with a 3-pointer, putting the Kings up 80-78 for their first lead since the second quarter.

Olden Polynice's basket put the Kings up 88-86 with 3:23, but that's when Dumars went to work.

He hit consecutive 3-pointers from the left side and then came down and hit another from the right wing, putting the Pistons ahead for good.

Both teams were plagued by fouls in a tightly called game. Replacement officials Mike Bobiak and Eric Britto whistled 71 fouls between the clubs in a game which took more than 2 1/2 hours to play.

Richmond and Michael Smith fouled out for Sacramento and four other players finished with five fouls.