THE Detroit Pistons rallied in the fourth to beat the Golden State Warriors, 115-107, on Sunday in Oakland (Monday, Manila time).
Avery Bradley showed the way as the Pistons rallied from a double digit deficit to take control in the fourth.
The Pistons are 5-2 for the season, with a 3-1 road record, while the Warriors have suffered three losses in seven outings and are an even 2-2 at home.
Bradley scored 23 on 8 of 13 shooting, while Reggie Jackson went 8 for 12 and wound up with 22 points.
Tobias Harris had 16 points, which was matched by backup point guard Ish Smith.
Stanley Johnson scored 15.
The Warriors Big Three combined for 84 points, but no other Golden State player delivered more than six points.
Klay Thompson scored 29, Kevin Durant added 28 and Steph Curry had 27, while JaVale McGee chipped in with six.