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2005 NBA Finals: <br>Game 5
The San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker passes the ball in front of the Detroit Pistons' Rasheed Wallace in the first quarter of Game 5 of the NBA Finals in Auburn Hills, Mich., June 19, 2005.
The Detroit Pistons' Ben Wallace goes to the basket as San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan and Nazr Mohammed defend during the second quarter.
The Spurs' Tim Duncan goes up for two points against the Pistons' Ben Wallace and Antonio McDyess in the first quarter. Duncan had 26 points and 19 rebounds.
The Pistons' Ben Wallace, right, congratulates his teammate Tayshaun Prince in the second quarter.
The Spurs' Manu Ginobili goes up for two points against the Pistons' Rasheed Wallace and Antonio McDyess in the second quarter.
The Pistons' Chauncey Billups shoots over the Spurs' Tony Parker for two points during the fourth quarter. Billups led Detroit with 34 points.
The Pistons' Richard Hamilton tries to draw a foul during the fourth quarter. Hamilton finished with 15 points.
The Spurs' Robert Horry scores two points past the Pistons' Richard Hamilton during overtime. Horry finished with 21 points.
From left, the Pistons' Rasheed Wallace, Ben Wallace, and Chauncey Billups react after losing Game 5 of the NBA Finals to the San Antonio Spurs in overtime, 96-95.
The Spurs' Tim Duncan hugs teammate Robert Horry after the win. Horry scored a three-pointer to win the game for the Spurs, who now lead the best of seven series 3-2.
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