DETROIT (AP) — Josh Jackson scored 29 points, and the Detroit Pistons overcame several key absences to beat Oklahoma City 110-104, handing the Thunder their ninth straight loss.
Oklahoma City cut an 11-point fourth-quarter lead to one, but Detroit held on two nights after blowing a double-digit advantage in the final period against the Los Angeles Clippers.
With the score 97-94 and 3:10 remaining, Jackson was called for an offensive foul — his sixth. But that call was overturned after a review, and Jackson made two free throws.
Isaiah Stewart had 15 points and 22 rebounds for Detroit. Lu Dort scored 26 points for the Thunder.