Andre Iguodala led the way with 15 points, six assists and four rebounds as the visiting Philadelphia 76ers rolled over the Phoenix Suns 103-83 on Wednesday.
Jrue Holiday and Thaddeus Young each scored 15 points and Evan Turner collected 12 points and seven rebounds for the 76ers, who are beginning the season with a five-game road trip.
Philadelphia imposed its will on the defensive end from the start, jumping out to a 25-18 lead after the first quarter and cruising into the break ahead 48-34.
The 76ers really put their foot down out of the locker room, beginning the third quarter with a 19-0 run to stretch the lead out to 67-34. Holiday scored eight points during the spurt and set Iguodala up for a deep 3-pointer.
Phoenix missed its first nine shots of the third and turned the ball over three times as the 76ers pulled away.
The Suns did not get anything going offensively until the fourth quarter, when Philadelphia emptied its bench. Steve Nash scored four points on 2-of-11 shooting and committed six turnovers against one assist in just over 17 minutes.
Ronnie Price scored 16 points off the bench to lead Phoenix, while Grant Hill added 14.