During this Suns season, stick around and you are bound to see a brand of basketball that you enjoy. With this trip, the gamut of wins came on the same weekend. The Suns followed up Friday night's strange slugfest in Boston with a more familiar fast and furious frenzy on Sunday. Phoenix scored 37 more points against Toronto and needed nearly all of them to leave Air Canada Centre with a 121-113 victory over the Raptors. The Suns (38-28) are in a position Monday at Brooklyn to sweep the three-game trip after restoring their confidence and their style against Toronto (37-28), a team that had won 11 of its previous 14 games. After going five of 26 on 3s on Friday, the Suns made seven in the first quarter at Toronto with Gerald Green rediscovering his tough by going from 12 consecutive missed 3s to hitting all 3 in a 37-point first quarter. It was more than the Suns scored in the second and third quarters combined Friday. It was still only 37-35 after the first quarter but the Suns never trailed again despite disguising improved defense with 21 turnovers that fed easy Raptors scores. It was shutting out Toronto for the first four minutes of the fourth quarter that got the Suns some separation in their first day game of the season. "With the Phoenix Suns, you're going to get every possible way to win a game," said Suns forward P.J. Tucker, who kept top-10 NBA scorer DeMar DeRozan to a six-for-16 shooting effort. "Down 30, come back in the fourth quarter, up the whole game, lose it in the end, win it in the end. We're going to make it interesting. That's the fun part about watching us. "Today was our entrance into playing like we used to play." It was much more fun for the Suns to get back to imposing their will on a team that would rather play in the 90s. The Suns were the aggressors, getting to the free throw line for a season-high 34 made free throws on just 38 tries. Green led the Suns with 28 points in 27 minutes as the Suns bench outscored Toronto's bench, 59-11. It was the third best Suns bench scoring game of the season. Green led it by making five of eight 3s after telling his coach that he had played so terribly that it was like he was on vacation. "Welcome back," Suns coach Jeff Hornacek told Green in the locker room. "I didn't really turn down shots today that I thought I turned down in the first quarter of Boston," Green said after his second game of returning to a reserve role with Eric Bledsoe back. "This season, I've been so used to scoring the ball that now I'm getting to the point when I see one go down, I'm trying to get another one. I'm just trying to keep it going. I don't want to hit a shot and then not take one for five or six minutes because it might throw my rhythm off. Once I got my second one down, I knew then, OK, it's on." The Suns outrebounded the Raptors by 19 to give them two of their four most dominant rebounding games against Toronto, a top-10 rebounding team. Sixth man Markieff Morris led that effort with 14, one off his season high. The Suns ran over the Raptors at the start of the second half with 23 points in the first 6:14 to take an 84-70 lead. They only needed their season top scorer, Goran Dragic, to score two of them but it was Dragic and Bledsoe putting Toronto on its heels. "We will not see a faster team than that the rest of the year," Toronto coach Dwane Casey said. "They cause a lot of breakdown. Whether it's pick-and-rolls or penetration and pitching." Toronto racked up 60 points in the paint, a faulty Suns mix of setting up Toronto with turnovers and half-court breakdowns. But that was not even enough to derail the Suns' 61- and 60-point halves