PHILADELPHIA, March 4 (Ticker) -- Without Chris Webber, the Sacramento Kings produced the NBA's best record. With Webber, they appear even more dangerous.

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In just his second game of the season, Webber collected 24 points, six rebounds and 10 assists as the Kings defeated the Philadelphia 76ers, 114-105, for their ninth victory in their last 10 road games.

All-Star Peja Stojakovic added 27 points, Mike Bibby 21 and All-Star Brad Miller 19 off the bench for the Kings, who had 32 assists on 35 baskets as they improved to 20-2 against Eastern Conference teams this season.

"I'm not happy that we lost the game," Sixers coach Chris Ford said. "But we were playing against one of the better teams in the league."

Webber missed the first 53 games after offseason knee surgery and an eight-game suspension, but he has looked extremely sharp since returning. He had 26 points and 12 rebounds in 30 minutes in a win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday and helped lead the decisive run in this one.

"I've been working hard and waiting to get back to this point," Webber said. "It's hard for me to take it like everybody wants me to take it, to ease back into it. So I'm just glad I'm just taking advantage of my opportunities and just trying to make the best of it."

"I'm just amazed at him," Kings coach Rick Adelman said. "The two games he's played, he's played at a very high level. He shot the ball well. Tonight, he had 10 assists and 20-plus points. We have such an advantage with those three big guys (Webber, Miller and Vlade Divac), that we can run everything through any of the three and that really makes a huge difference."

The Kings, who had 22 assists on 22 first-half field goals, blew a 14-point halftime lead and trailed, 79-77, before embarking on a 17-1 burst bridging the final two quarters. Miller scored seven points and Webber five during the tear, which ended on a layup by Miller that made it 94-80 with 9:20 left.

"We started really walking around offensively, (and) we kept letting them get to the basket and getting quick scores," Adelman said of the third quarter. "But the start of the fourth quarter was huge. We got that quick spurt and got the lead. That opened it up and made it difficult for them."

"We tied it up, 72-72," said Sixers forward Kenny Thomas, who had 15 points and 13 rebounds. "Then it just seemed like they took over the game, and we never had a chance after that."

Allen Iverson scored just 11 points on 2-of-21 shooting against the New York Knicks on Wednesday, but he had 32 points on 13-of-22 shooting and 10 assists for the Sixers, who have lost 18 of their last 24 games.

"They have a lot of firepower," Iverson said of the Kings. "It's hard to deal with those guys, because they have five guys out on the court, all of them are shooters, all of them are great passers, and all of them play unselfish. It's just hard to stop them."

Iverson suffered tendinitis in his left Achilles fouling Bibby with 33 seconds remaining and was in pain after the game.

"I did it at practice, my first full practice before we played on Wednesday," Iverson said. "I really didn't think (anything) of it. I didn't think it was that serious. Then, when I played the game Wednesday, it was kind of tight, and tonight I felt a little soreness, but it didn't affect me at all on the court. And then once I tried to foul Mike Bibby, then I felt a sharp pain and I just wanted to get it checked out and get some X-rays."