Reggie Jackson was the ringleader of the Thunder's second-unit again on Sunday, putting up 11 of his 18 points in a clutch fourth-quarter performance.
But once again, the rest of the Thunder bench chipped in admirably.
Jeremy Lamb had nine points, Collison added six points and five rebounds and Derek Fisher defended Martin well in his 15 minutes.
Overall, the Thunder bench outscored Minnesota's 39-23, helping the team improve to 9-1 on the season when it equals or outscores its opponent's bench.
STAT OF THE GAME
The Thunder is 9-0 at home for the first time since moving to Oklahoma City. This recently completed 6-0 homestand is the longest perfect homestand for the franchise since 1978.
The Thunder is on the road for five of its next six games, starting with a back-to-back in Sacramento and Portland on Tuesday and Wednesday.