Another triple-double by Westbrook gets Thunder back-to-back wins as Pistons streak ends at two
Oklahoma City guard Russell Westbrook passes under pressure from Detroit center Andre Drummond. AP

RUSSELL Westbrook posted another triple-double, lifting the Thunder to a 106-88 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Saturday night in Oklahoma City (Sunday, Manila time).

Westbrook scored 17 points, issued 15 assists and pulled down 13 rebounds, his second straight after a big win by OKC in Denver.

It was Westbrook’s seventh of the season, powering the Thunder to back-to-back wins and 10th in 18 games.

Anthoy Morrow came off the bench to play 26 minutes and deliver 21 points for the Thunder.

Victor Oladipo scored 18 points and  Steven Adams added 16 for Oklahoma City.

The Pistons had their two-game win streak snapped.

Tobias Harris had 21 points, and the four other Detroit starters also scored in double digits.

Ish Smith scored 14, while Marcus Morris, Andre Drummond and Kentavious Caldwell Pope had 10 points each.

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