Phoenix (16-10) matched its season-best with 15 3-pointers -- on 30 attempts -- en route to a season-high point total in a 123-109 victory over visiting Dallas on Saturday.
Eric Bledsoe led the way with 25 points and shot 9 of 12 with three 3-pointers, while Gerald Green scored 22 with four 3s and Channing Frye added 18 and went 4 of 6 from beyond the arc.
Green has been one of the hottest Suns, going 10 for 22 on 3s in his last two games. Frye has hit 16 of 25 from behind the arc over his last five.
"If you share the ball, then everybody gets a feeling of confidence that is way up," guard Goran Dragic said. "We are shooting the ball well. This is so much fun, playing like that. Everybody is on the same page and when we play like that I think it's hard to stop us."
The Suns have made 45.4 percent of their 3-pointers in their last five games. They've made at least seven 3-pointers in 18 consecutive contests.
Phoenix has averaged 108.3 points while winning seven of eight to move a season-best six games above .500.
The Lakers (13-14) have held their last 11 opponents to 31.4 shooting from 3-point range. They limited Phoenix to 7 of 23 from beyond the arc Dec. 10, though it hardly mattered as the Suns made 51.8 percent overall on the way to a 114-108 road win.
The Suns' Eric Bledsoe has been playing well at home, scoring 23.0 per game and shooting 55.9 percent in his last four there.
Bryant is out at least six weeks with a fracture in his left knee, while Gasol is questionable due to an upper respiratory condition that forced him out of a 102-83 loss to Golden State on Saturday. It was the first time Gasol has sat out this season as the Lakers fell to 11-10 without Bryant.