OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Kevin Durant scored 32 points and the Oklahoma City Thunder delivered a knockout punch with a 13-point run to start the fourth quarter in an 89-79 win over the Detroit Pistons on Friday night.

Kentwood High alum Rodney Stuckey had a less-than-memorable night, going 1-for-10 scoring just three points in the loss.

Neither team had led by more than six points when the Thunder took advantage of a brief absence by Tayshaun Prince to widen their lead. They didn't let up until they were ahead by 17.

Chris Wilcox had 17 points and 11 rebounds in a rare extended appearance off the bench, and Desmond Mason added 11 points and 11 rebounds as the Thunder won back-to-back games for the first time since relocating from Seattle.

Prince and Richard Hamilton scored 18 each to lead Detroit, but Prince was on the bench icing his right thigh when Oklahoma City pulled away. The Pistons have lost four in a row for the first time since January 2005.

Mason had back-to-back baskets at the end of an 8-0 surge to put the Thunder ahead 60-56 midway through the third quarter, and they didn't relinquish the lead after that.