INDIANAPOLIS (Ticker) -- Rasheed Wallace guarantees that the Detroit Pistons will get even with the Indiana Pacers on Sunday in Game Four of their Eastern Conference semifinal series.

The veteran power forward said after Detroit's 79-74 loss on Friday that the Pistons would win on Sunday.

Since opening the series with a 96-81 win on Monday, the Pistons have averaged 78.5 points and shot 39 percent while losing two straight.

Reggie Miller scored 17 points and Jamaal Tinsley added 16 - the only two Pacers in double figures - in Friday's win. Indiana held the Pistons to just 45 points over the first three quarters.

Tinsley's impact since returning from a bruised foot that kept him out of the first four games of the postseason has been pivotal for Indiana. The 6-3 point guard, who is seeing his first regular action since mid-January, has averaged 14.0 points and 9.0 assists in the Pacers' two wins.

While Indiana's backcourt has keyed the club's surge, Detroit's guards have slumped.

Richard Hamilton, the Pistons' leading scorer during the regular season, has averaged 15.0 points while shooting 36 percent (12-of-33) and turning the ball over 12 times over the last two games. Chauncey Billups has not fared much better, shooting 36 percent (10-of-28) and making just 4-of-14 3-pointers in that span.

The series shifts back to Detroit for Game Five on Tuesday.