The six preseason wins match the most by Golden State since the Elias Sports Bureau began tracking stats in 1995.
The Suns (3-3) led after the first quarter but couldn't get much going after that and trailed by as much as 20.
Curry missed his second straight game after injuring his surgically repaired right ankle in Golden State's 101-97 win at Portland on Friday night. Projected starting center Andrew Bogut also sat out and his status is uncertain for the season opener in Phoenix on Oct. 31.
The Warriors fell behind early before rallying behind Jack and Barnes. The veteran guard and rookie forward combined for 14 points in the second quarter to help Golden State take a 55-46 lead.
Phoenix trailed by 14 midway through the third quarter, but pulled within 79-71 heading into the fourth before the Warriors pulled away.
Gortat, the only Phoenix player to start all 66 games in 2011, had 12 points and six assists in the first quarter.
The Suns close out the preseason at home against Denver on Friday, then host the Warriors on Oct. 31 in the opener for both teams.
Former Warriors center and 2012 Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Ralph Sampson was among those in attendance. Sampson now works for the Suns in their player development department.
After getting blown out by 27 points in Game 2, the Thunder come out rolling on all cylinders in Game 3 for a dominating 28-point victory over the Warriors.
Fan correspondent Reese Waters watches Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals and interacts with fans in Jurassic Park, where fans gather to watch Toronto Raptors games outside of the Air Canada Centre.
Go figure that something that hadn't worked much for the Thunder all season would be crucial to their Game 3 rout of the Warriors.