The San Antonio Spurs weathered the one-game absence of Tony Parker with a win in Phoenix on Sunday. When the Suns visit the Spurs on Wednesday, Parker is expected to be back in the lineup. San Antonio is returning home for the first time since Feb. 2 after enduring the annual rodeo road trip with a 7-2 mark, capped off by the 97-87 win in Phoenix on Sunday. The Suns snapped a three-game slide on Tuesday.The Spurs will be kicking off a six-game homestand on Wednesday and will get to ease back into the home schedule with the two worst teams in the Western Conference when the Sacramento Kings follow Phoenix on Friday. Phoenix will be playing the second night of a back-to-back on Wednesday after hosting the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday. The Suns improved to 3-9 this month and pulled out of sole possession of last place in the West with an 84-83 overtime victory over the Timberwolves.TV: 8:30 p.m. ET, Fox Sports Arizona (Phoenix), Fox Sports Southwest (San Antonio)ABOUT THE SUNS (19-39): Phoenix is now tied with the Kings at the bottom of the West and can look forward to four of five at home after dealing with the Spurs. The Suns got 21 points and 12 rebounds from Marcin Gortat against San Antonio on Sunday but could not keep six players from scoring in double figures on the other side in the setback. Interim coach Lindsey Hunter is still tinkering with his rotation, and has brought new addition Marcus Morris along slowly since he was picked up at the deadline. Hunter has kept Shannon Brown on the bench by coach's decision the last five games and has occasionally been unhappy with the play of Michael Beasley, which could open up some more time for Morris to join his twin brother Markieff at the small forward spot.ABOUT THE SPURS (45-13): San Antonio's starting backcourt handed out only three assists in Sunday's game while Parker took some time off to rest his sore triceps. The All-Star point guard had his worst shooting night since mid-December with a 7-for-18 effort at Golden State on Friday before taking the day off Sunday. The offense does not run quite as smoothly without Parker, but Manu Ginobili came off the bench to hand out six assists in the win. The Spurs are returning home with the intention of continuing a home winning streak that reached 18 games way back on Feb. 2, when they knocked off the Washington Wizards. San Antonio has not lost at the AT&T Center since Nov. 19 and owns a league-best 22-2 home record.BUZZER BEATERS1. San Antonio G Gary Neal, who normally would have gotten the start in Parker's place, sat out Sunday with a calf injury and is questionable for Wednesday.2. The Spurs have taken six straight and nine of 10 in the series.3. Phoenix PG Goran Dragic had a streak of four straight games with double-digit assists come to an end with seven on Tuesday.PREDICTION: Spurs 106, Suns 92.