Rookie Jimmer Fredette scored seven points in his first start for Sacramento. Filling in for injured leading scorer Marcus Thornton, the former BYU sensation shot 2 for 7. DeMarcus Cousins led the struggling Kings with 17 points.
Evan Turner had 16 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists, and Jrue Holiday added 17 for Philadelphia, which had six players reach double figures. With second-year coach Doug Collins calling the shots and a deep roster, the Sixers are relevant again in sports-crazed Philadelphia.
After winning 41 games and losing to Miami in five games in the first round of the playoffs last year, the Sixers are one of the NBA's up-and-coming teams. They've won five games by at least a 20-point margin.
This game quickly turned into a rout early in the third quarter. An 11-0 run featuring three baskets from Brand extended the lead to 63-42. It reached 84-60 when Jodie Meeks hit his third 3-pointer of the quarter.
A 10-2 run to start the fourth quarter made it a laugher. Lou Williams scored six in a row and Thaddeus Young capped it off with a dunk that put Philadelphia up 94-62.
Fans roared when Meeks hit a jumper midway through the fourth to give the Sixers 100 points, which means fans can take their ticket stubs to McDonald's for a free Big Mac on Wednesday.
The only negative for Philadelphia was an injury to starting center Spencer Hawes. He didn't play the second half because of a strained lower back.
The Sixers had another slow offensive start and trailed 11-8 midway through the first. Turner's driving layup with under a minute left gave Philadelphia a 22-20 lead, and it led the rest of the game.
Thornton missed his first game with a bruised left thigh. The Kings already were without starting forward Chuck Hayes, who is expected to miss three to four weeks with a dislocated left shoulder.
NOTES: The Sixers go on the road to play their third game in three nights Wednesday at the New York Knicks. ... The Kings have lost four in a row on the road to start the season for the first time since 2008. They are 1-2 under new coach Keith Smart. Paul Westphal was fired last week after Sacramento opened 2-5. ... Former Sixers center Darryl Dawkins, known as "Chocolate Thunder," was introduced at center court before the game. ... This was Philadelphia's highest-scoring game of the season. ... Sacramento's Tyreke Evans, from nearby Chester, scored 15.