Playing once again without rookie point guard Michael Carter-Williams, the Sixers have dropped six straight and 10 of the last 11 games. Carter-Williams sat out for the sixth consecutive game because of a skin infection on his right knee.
The Sixers are 1-9 without Carter-Williams, the Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for October and November.
"I want to leave it far behind -- really, really far behind," 76ers coach Brett Brown said of the loss.
Portland broke open a close game with some stellar shooting, especially from beyond the arc.
The Trail Blazers hit 11 of their first 20 tries from 3-point range and were 18 for 32 by the end of the third quarter for a 111-79 lead. Wright hit No. 18 to break the team record as the third-quarter buzzer sounded.
"This is one of those games where they were making all their shots and all we can do sometimes is throw our hands up," Young said. "It's like, 'What else is there to do?' "
It was the latest record-setting performance for the streaking Blazers. In their previous game two nights ago, a 111-104 victory over Houston, Aldridge posted the first 30-point, 25-rebound game in franchise history.
This time, the Trail Blazers didn't need nearly as much from Aldridge with such a balanced effort up and down the lineup.
"We've got good shooters," coach Terry Stotts said. "They have a track record of being good shooters."
The Sixers never posed a serious threat in the fourth.
The Blazers led by as many as seven points in the first half and wound up with a 71-64 advantage heading into the locker room.
Wroten was whistled for a technical foul with 8:36 remaining in the third quarter. ... The 71 points allowed in the first marked the most given up by the Sixers in any half this season. ... Aldridge had a double-double for the fifth time in the last six games. ... Sixers C Daniel Orton and Trail Blazers C Meyers Leonard got tangled up on the floor and both were ejected with 7:19 left. ... Former Philadelphia Eagles running back Brian Westbrook attended the game.
The Trail Blazers scored 139 points tonight, the most points by any team in a game this season. The last team to score more points in a regulation game was the Rockets (140) on Feb. 5, 2013 against the Warriors.
The 76ers lost by 34 to the Trail Blazers. They had already lost by 30+ this season when the Pelicans beat them by 37 on Nov. 16, 2013. They are the 3rd team with multiple 30-point losses this season (joining the two teams in New York).
The Trail Blazers and 76ers have combined for 135 points in the 1st half. The most combined points in a regulation game this season is 255 between the Clippers (137) and Rockets (118) on Nov. 4 this season. ELIAS: The Trail Blazers and 76ers combined to make 11 3-pointers in the 1st quarter, tied for the 2nd-most 3-pointers two teams have combined for in any quarter this season
The Trail Blazers made 21 3-pointers against the 76ers, the most 3-pointers they've made in a game in franchise history.