DETROIT -- Jason Calliste hit two free throws with 12 seconds left as Detroit rallied from 10 points down in the final 3 minutes to edge Milwaukee 58-57 on Friday night.
Tony Meier's 17 points led the Panthers (15-11, 8-6), who have dropped their last three.
After Paris Gulley's jumper put the Panthers ahead 53-43 with 2:54 left, Detroit used a 13-4 run keyed by six points from McCallum to cut it to 57-56 with 13 seconds to go.
After a Milwaukee turnover, Calliste sank his key free throws. The Panthers had a final chance, but Kaylon Williams missed at the buzzer.
Detroit won despite shooting only 36 percent (21 of 58) and missing all 13 3-pointers.