Cam Thomas scored 32 points, leading the Brooklyn Nets (31-47) to a thrilling 113-103 comeback victory against the Detroit Pistons (13-65).

Teaming up with Dennis Schroder, who contributed 24 points, and Noah Clowney, who provided a crucial 17 points off the bench, Thomas spearheaded the Nets’ rally in the fourth quarter.

Despite a strong start by the Pistons, led by Chimezie Metu’s 20 points, the Nets staged a comeback, outscoring their opponents 38-20 in the final period to secure the win.

Marcus Strasser added 18 points for Detroit, while Jaden Ivey contributed 16 points and 10 assists.