AUBURN HILLS, Mich, March 29 (Ticker) -- Corliss Williamson took over down the stretch, and the Golden State Warriors had no answer.

Williamson scored nine of his 19 points in the final seven minutes, including the go-ahead basket, as the Detroit Pistons won their seventh consecutive contest against the Warriors at The Palace at Auburn Hills, 110-103.

With the game tied at 93-93, Williamson hit a jumper in the lane with 6:33 remaining to give the Pistons the lead for good. He also made 5-of-6 free throws and scored on a tip-in in the final five minutes.

Jerry Stackhouse tallied 21 points and Chucky Atkins added 18 for the Pistons, who improve to 20-0 this season when scoring at least 100 points.

Chucky Atkins knows his red-hot team is headed for victory in Detroit.
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Ben Wallace scored only five but had 21 rebounds -- his third 20-plus performance in four games. He also had three blocks to surpass by two Bob Lanier's franchise record of 247 blocks during the 1973-74 season.

Bobby Sura registered 21 points and Jason Richardson 16 for the Warriors, who have dropped 10 of their last 12 matchups with the Pistons.