AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) _ Grant Hill had 31 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists to lead Detroit to a 108-102 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday in the Pistons' final home game of the season.

Detroit also got 27 points from Jerry Stackhouse, while former Piston Michael Curry had a career-high 25 points for Milwaukee. Ray Allen also had 25 and Armon Gilliam 22.

Neither team played much defense in the first half, and Milwaukee had a 55-52 lead at the intermission. Curry did the most damage with 18 points.

The game stayed tight throughout the third, with nether team able to string together a run of more than four points. Four points was also the biggest lead that either team had in the first three quarters.

Milwaukee led 82-80 at period's end, but Detroit started the fourth with a 7-2 surge to go ahead 87-84 with 9:49 to play.

The Bucks came back to tie the game at 90 with six minutes, but couldn't regain the lead. Hill scored the next three points from the free-throw line, and Milwaukee couldn't pull even again.

The margin was 99-96 with two minutes left, but Stackhouse's 3-pointer and Lindsey Hunter's steal and layup iced the game with 1:24 to go.

Notes: Dumars tied Isiah Thomas' team record by playing in his 979th career game Friday. Dumars, who has been battling the flu, played the first quarter, then sat out the rest of the game. ... Dumars announced before the game that he will return next season. It had been rumored that he might retire and take a front-office job with the Pistons. ... Tyrone Hill (leg) and Ricky Pierce (family illness) did not make the trip to Detroit. ... Michael Curry's previous career high was 21, set March 22 against Indiana.