Parker, Mills step up for injured starter Murray as Spurs manhandle Suns 
Tony Parker scored 13 off the bench. AP

PHOENIX — LaMarcus Aldridge scored 23 points in 28 minutes and the San Antonio Spurs routed the Phoenix Suns, 129-81, matching the most one-sided loss in Suns history.

That record was set in the Suns' 124-76 home loss to Portland in their opener this season.

Patty Mills added 18 points and Danny Green 17 for the Spurs. Dejounte Murray scored 14 before leaving with a sprained ankle in the second quarter.

Tony Parker also scored 13 off the bench.

Alex Len scored 14 for the Suns, who shot 34 percent from the field and were 3-of-32 on 3-pointers.

Phoenix was without leading scorer Devin Booker for the second game in a row due to a hip pointer. Center Tyson Chandler missed the game with a sore neck and Tyler Ulis left with back spasms in the first half. 

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