NEW YORK - James Harden scored 12 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter and had his ninth triple-double with the Nets to help Brooklyn beat the Detroit Pistons 100-95 on Saturday night.
Harden also had 10 rebounds and 10 assists in his 55th triple-double as Brooklyn improved to 26-13 with its 12th win in its last 16 games.
Kyrie Irving added 18 points, and Landry Shamet had 15 off the bench. DeAndre Jordan chipped in with 14, and Joe Harris contributed 10 points.
Jerami Grant scored 22 points as Detroit fell to 10-28. Saddiq Bey and Delon Wright each finished with 13.