For anyone back East bothering to stay up to watch a bad Lakers team that was resting Kobe Bryant, some reintroductions to the Suns were in order for the Thursday night NBA viewing crowd.

The Suns were playing on TNT for the first time in two years and they would prefer that nobody recalls that season's brand of basketball.

These Suns are branded by the triple threat of three point guards. Eric Bledsoe, Goran Dragic and Isaiah Thomas made that known in a 115-100 victory against the Lakers at US Airways Center.

The Suns won their sixth consecutive home game, the team's longest single-season home winning streak since 2012, and completed a season series sweep of the Lakers for the first time since the 2005 conference finals team.

"We've got two great point guards beside myself," Bledsoe said. "They do a great job of always staying in attack mode, getting to the rim, drawing people, kicking it to other people. It's been real easy on my part."

The Suns celebrated their 100th all-time win against the Lakers by passing 100 with 6:55 still to go in the game amid a flurry of 3-pointers on four consecutive trips. Opening a 19-point lead made the halftime tie seem like a distant memory, sort of like the teams' last meeting when the Lakers led at halftime before the Suns rolled them in the third quarter.

Even down 19, the Lakers had one last charge in them with a 12-0 run capped by a Nick Young four-point play that cut the lead to seven with 4:05 to go in the game. Dragic switched to Young defensively to help cut off that rally.