James Harden, Russell Westbrook and Kevin leading Thunder dominated the lowly Detroit Pistons, 99-79.

Harden and Westbrook each donated 24 points for the Thunder, who are off to the franchise's best start (14-3) since the Seattle SuperSonics opened 14-3 in 2004-05. Durant added 20 points.

Oklahoma City, which shot 53.2 percent from the field, improved to 7-1 at home this season.

Brandon Knight ended with 13 points for the Pistons, who have lost 15 straight to Western Conference opponents on the road since a 100-94 triumph over Sacramento in November 2010.

Rodney Stuckey and Greg Monroe each tallied 12 points for Detroit, which fell to 4-14. Jonas Jerebko had 11 points.