They did a good job of taking us out of what we wanted to do, and they did it for 48 minutes, San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich said. They outplayed us in every facet.
Orlando’s quick tempo resulted in open looks from all over the floor, especially in the first half, when all nine players scored.
Spurs: Popovich still needs one win to tie Phil Jackson for sixth on the all-time victory list. Popovich is at 1,154. … San Antonio went 2-for-13 from 3-point range in the first half. … Aldridge has scored 20 or more points in each of the first five games. … Only Miami had scored 100 points against the Spurs this season.
Magic: Orlando is shooting 49 percent from the field so far this season, compared to 44 percent last season. … Gordon has hit 21 of 29 shots in his last two games. … Orlando is 3-0 at home this season. … The Magic hadn’t beaten the Spurs in Orlando since 2010.
Grizzlies: Memphis’ last four home games have come against teams playing on the second night of a back-to-back. Charlotte defeated Orlando at home Sunday night. … The game was Memphis’ first of the season against an Eastern Conference team. … C Marc Gasol was listed as questionable before the game with a bum left ankle, but played, finishing with 10 points. … The Grizzlies bench continued to dominate opponents, outscoring the Hornets reserves 51-39.
SHOOTING WOES: Neither team shot particularly well — Memphis at 34 percent and the Hornets connecting on 42 percent. But that 42 percent marked the first time an opponent has shot above 40 percent against the Grizzlies at FedExForum in five home games this season.