Doug Collins left it up to Andre Iguodala. He needed one rebound for the triple-double in the fourth quarter of a game the 76ers were leading by 27 points.

So the Sixers' coach turned to Iguodala on the bench and asked him, " 'Would you like to get it?' " And he said, 'Great.' "

Iguodala got that last rebound within 13 seconds of entering the game, with 7:35 to go. He got a standing ovation from a fan base that wanted him traded at the end of last season. And he also got the admiration of his teammates and coach after the Sixers polished off the Detroit Pistons 95-74 on Saturday.

It wasn't a bad way for Iguodala to cap off his 28th birthday.

Iguodala finished with 10 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. It was the eighth triple-double of his career. Since he entered the NBA in 2004-05, only three players have more triple-doubles — Jason Kidd with 48, LeBron James with 32 and Chris Paul with 11.