Monday, January 24

Jazzblows: Sonics beat Utah 122-105

Seattle SuperSonics' Rashard Lewis, left, shoots over Utah Jazz's Carlos Boozer during the second half in Seattle, Sunday, Jan. 23, 2005. Seattle won 122-105.
<br />(AP Photo/Ron Wurzer)

The Seattle Supersonics beat the Utah "Why are they still called" Jazz 122-105 last night at the Key.

The Supes overcame a physical Utah team that sent Seattle to the line a season-high 45 times. Seattle improved to 13-1 when they attempt at least 30 free throws

Rashard "Too Smoove" Lewis
lead the way with 36 points, shooting 12-17 from the field, and 7-8 (!) from three-point land. The Sonics as a team shot an astounding 59 percent from the floor (38-64).

Almost lost in the shuffle was another great game from Nussbaum's boy, Antonio Daniels, who had 24 points and eight assists.

Utah, which was lead in scoring (20) and rebounding (12) by Carlos "I was a loser and a" Boozer, lost for the fifth time in the past six games.

Seattle's next game is on Tuesday, in Los Angeles against the Lakers.

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