SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Ray Allen scored 29 points, including a pair of 3-pointers late in the game, as the Seattle SuperSonics ended San Antonio's 21-game home winning streak with a 102-96 victory over the Spurs on Wednesday night.
The game was a matchup of the NBA's winningest teams: San Antonio came in at 16-3 and riding an eight-game streak, while the SuperSonics were 15-3 and had won six of their last seven.
Seattle looked like a runaway winner early, using 58 percent shooting from the floor to build a 19-point lead at the half.
But the Spurs came out running after the break, and eventually whittled Seattle's lead to 83-81 on a reverse layup by Malik Rose with 6:36 remaining. Allen followed with a 3-pointer and Danny Fortson made two free throws and a layup to make it 90-81
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Wednesday, December 8
Sonics smack Spurs, 102-96
Is it safe to call the Sonics the best in the west now?