PHOENIX (Ticker) -- After taking care of business in another impressive win Friday at Seattle, the high-flying Phoenix Suns return home to host the Washington Wizards on Saturday at America West Arena. Four players scored at least 20 points as the Suns shook off a sluggish start to top the Sonics, 112-110, in a matchup of the top two teams in the league. With the win, Phoenix improved both its overall and road winning streak to seven games and became the first team in the league to reach 20 wins. Their string of victories away from home is two shy of the all-time franchise record. The Suns' starting five is as dominant offensively as any the league has seen in some time. With five scoring options, including four who can hit regularly from long range, Phoenix is comfortably atop the league's offensive standings with an average of nearly 110 points. In the win over Seattle, Joe Johnson, Shawn Marion, Steve Nash and Amare Stoudemire each reached the 20-point plateau and Nash continued to distribute the ball better than anyone in the league. Nash had 12 assists vs. the Sonics and has at least 10 in seven straight games. Phoenix has won nine of its last 10 at home but faces a tough test in the upstart Wizards, who outlasted the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday in overtime, 120-116, to kick off a five-game road trip. Washington represents one of the few units in the league with the ability to match Phoenix shot-for-shot. The Wizards, the top offensive team in the Eastern Conference, boast multiple weapons in Antawn Jamison, Gilbert Arenas and Larry Hughes. The high-scoring trio accounted for 92 points, 18 rebounds and 15 assists in the win over the Lakers. Johnson, Marion, Arenas and Hughes each averaged at least 22.5 points as the teams split the series last season.