Andre Iguodala, Samuel Dalembert and Kyle Korver combined for 62 points to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a 114-99 victory over Milwaukee on Tuesday night to snap the Bucks' five-game winning streak.
The 76ers' win also snapped the Bucks' 6-0 mark this season at the Bradley Center, leaving just Boston (7-0) and San Antonio (8-0) as the league's perfect teams at home.
Looking for anything to build off of with a stretch of four games in five nights, the Sixers said they came to Milwaukee with the attitude that they had nothing more to lose after dropping seven of the previous eight in their worst start since 1995.
For a change, everything went right for Philadelphia even after squandering a 14-point lead.
Korver, who missed the previous four games with a strained groin, went 8-of-13 from the field and 4-of-5 from 3-point range to finish with 20 points.
Iguodala, the lone bright spot so far this season for the Sixers, had 20 points and 11 assists while Dalembert was two off his career high with 22 points to go with eight rebounds.
The trio also got help from their teammates. Andre Miller had 18 points, eight rebounds and nine assists, while Willie Green added 15 points more for the Sixers, who shot a season-high 52.3 percent from the game.