Scoring 124 points on a Philadelphia team with the league’s youngest roster and third-worst record will not draw the same kudos for the Suns that it did five days earlier when their season scoring high came against an Indiana team with the best record and defense.

Getting a wire-to-wire win a night after having to rally from 20 points down in Cleveland should do that.

The Suns started Monday night’s 124-113 win over Philadelphia with offensive dominance to match the defensive takeover of Sunday night’s turnaround.

The Suns (26-18) scored on the game’s first 10 possessions and never let the 76ers (14-31) get closer than a seven-point deficit in the second half to move to 11-11 on the road this season. It came on the strength of an explosive backcourt with Gerald Green only missing a dunk until his last shot of a season-high 30-point game.

“When he gets it going, he gets them in bunches,” Suns coach Jeff Hornacek said. “He’s not a guy who is afraid to take shots. They put on a trap when they cut the lead to nine or eight. We throw one pass and he shoots a 3. Those are the ones we live with because he has no fear of missing it.”

Suns point guard Goran Dragic took control of a game the 76ers tried to make helter-skelter and finished with 24 points and 7 assists while making two more shots than Rookie of the Year frontrunner Michael Carter-Williams on six fewer attempts.