On the NBA round, Seattle Supersonics won again last night on a basketball game played against Indiana Pacers. For the third time in a row, the Sonics have shown their fans they are full of energy and they are improving their scoring techniques.
As back up guard Ronald Murray said: "We're just trying to bring a whole lot energy, and keep the rhythm going and the pace going."
Ray Allen scored 25 points at this game, Murray added scoring and energy to the match. Steven Jackson also scored and Ron Artest got to make a three pointer.
The Sonics were pleased that they did not push the tempo in the first half of the basketball game. They had just two fastbreak points in the half and ended with 11 in the whole game.
An evidently tired Indiana team couldn't achieve the objective they had in mind for this basketball game. It might have been that the NBA team did not have all the concentration they required or they haven't got all the sleep hours they needed. Even though Ron Artest said the long road trip did not have any effect on the Pacer's performance. Anyway, it worked out just fine for Seattle Supersonics. The final score for this game was 107 – 102.
The Sonics also won last Friday when playing with Cleveland Cavaliers: 115 – 108.