TORONTO (AP) -- The Seattle SuperSonics aren't satisfied with just having the NBA's best record.
Rashard Lewis scored 27 points and Ray Allen had 24 to lead the SuperSonics to their ninth straight victory, 101-94 over the Toronto Raptors on Friday night.
Seattle is 9-1.
``We have to get better. We have to start doing some things better to continue to win,'' SuperSonics coach Nate McMillan said. ``We're not happy with just winning these games. It's a way we want to win. We're working hard and doing some good things, but to beat those good teams in the NBA you've got to have consistency in your defensive effort, your halfcourt execution, because teams will find ways to slow you down. We're finding ways to win games.''
Saturday, November 20
Sonics rock Raptors, 101-94
Nine in a row! There's a party going on right here...