Point guard Stephen Curry recorded his second career triple-double, but the star of the show in the Warriors' 110-90 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday was Andre Iguodala.

He had his breakout performance as a Warrior against his former team, totaling 32 points in just over 32 minutes. He made a career-high seven 3-pointers and dazzled the sparse crowd with some highlight-reel plays.

It was the first time Iguodala has scored at least 30 points since being traded by the 76ers to the Denver Nuggets in August 2012.

"It's no secret. You want to kill 'em," Warriors coach Mark Jackson said of the mindset when playing former teams. "You say all the right things beforehand just in case it doesn't work out. But the mindset is to make a statement. He's a heck of a basketball player."

Iguodala said: "I got a good look or two, and confidence started flowing. I wasn't even thinking about scoring. It just kind of happened liked that."

The Warriors couldn't have started the four-game trip better. Not only did they get the win, but their third blowout of the season also allowed the starters to sit out the fourth quarter. They should be well rested as the challenge picks up Wednesday in Minnesota.

The 76ers came into the game as the buzz of the NBA, having started 3-0 with impressive wins over Miami and Chicago. Point guard Michael Carter-Williams was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week, the first rookie since Shaquille O'Neal to receive the honor in his first week.

But by the time Golden State was done with the 76ers, they looked like the team most picked to finish at the bottom of the Eastern Conference. By the time Curry and Klay Thompson were done with Carter-Williams, he looked like a rookie who needs time to develop.

Curry attacked him relentlessly on offense, either losing him off the dribble or running him off screens. He set the tone for Golden State's vibrant ball movement, which had the offense clicking from the outset. Through three quarters, the Warriors had 98 points on 49.3 percent shooting with 25 assists on 37 made baskets.