On the back of Joakim Noah, the Chicago Bulls got back on the winning track Wednesday night with a 105-94 win over the Detroit Pistons at The Palace of Auburn Hills.

Noah recorded a triple-double with 10 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists — his second in three games and third of the season — and Jimmy Butler recorded a double-double with 18 points and 12 rebounds. D.J. Augustin led Chicago with 26 points off the bench, going 10-for-10 at the free-throw line.

The Bulls led 71-70 after three quarters, but an early spurt in the fourth quarter pushed the lead to double-digits, and they didn’t look back. The 53.8 field-goal percentage was a season-high for Chicago.

“We’re really good when we’re clicking, finding the open guys, getting into the open floor,” Butler said. “That’s the kind of basketball we can play.”

In a battle of two of the top frontcourts in the NBA, the Bulls outrebounded the Pistons 43-32. It was a point of emphasis going into the game, and Chicago was able to grab eight offensive rebounds.

“It’s one of their strengths,” head coach Tom Thibodeau said. “That size up front is a lot to deal with. You not only need your bigs in there rebounding, but Jimmy coming up with 12 was huge for us. You have to gang rebound against them.”