Tuesday, November 23

Sonics tame Timberwolves, 103-92

Don't call it a comeback.

After having their nine game win streak stopped by the Celtics on Sunday, the Sonics beat the Timberwolves in Minnesota tonight, 103-92. They improved their record to 4-1 on the current road trip and 9-2 overall.

The Sonics held all-universe superstar Kevin Garnett to 5-16 from the floor. Rashard Lewis lead the team with 27 points, including 4-5 from three-point range, while Ray Allen fought off some nasty flu to play 42 minutes and score 24 points.

The bench played a big role again, accounting for 39 points. Vladimir Radmanovic led the reserve crew with 17 points.

The Supes finish off their road trip tomorrow at Memphis.