SEATTLE, Nov. 7 (Ticker) -- The Seattle SuperSonics snapped a seven-game losing streak to the San Antonio Spurs behind a total team effort.

Rashard Lewis scored 27 points and Danny Fortson chipped in 15 and 13 rebounds as the SuperSonics held Tim Duncan in check in a 113-94 rout of the Spurs.

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Ray Allen netted seven points and Lewis six in a 19-7 burst that closed the first quarter. Seattle led 25-19 after 12 minutes and never trailed thereafter.

When the Spurs, who lost for the first time in three games this season, got within 87-77 with 5:58 to go, the Sonics closed the contest with a 26-17 spurt.

Lewis, who was bothered by a left foot injury during the preseason, is averaging just under 25 points per game through Seattle's opening three contests.

The win was the first for Seattle over San Antonio since March 29, 2002. The Spurs won all four meetings between the teams by an average of more than 11 points per contest.

"Seattle played really fine basketball," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. "They played hard basketball. They outplayed us every way that a team can outplay somebody. Fortson was super on the boards, but everybody played well. They played smarter than we did and they deserved to win the game."

Popovich did not mince words about his team's effort.

"They wanted the game much more than we did," he added. "I thought we played like we assumed we would win the game. It was very disappointing. I thought we played soft. I thought we played with an arrogance and it was a very disappointing loss in that sense."

Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili scored 21 points apiece for San Antonio, but Duncan was held to 17 on 4-of-16 shooting.

"A lot of guys don't like to have a hard body against them," Fortson said of his approach to dealing with Duncan. "I know I don't ... but you have to be in an attack mode and I did that tonight."

"It was just a bad day," Duncan said. "All they did was stay in front of me and I didn't make shots. We played very badly. I do give a lot of credit to them because they played well, but we can play a thousand times better than we played tonight."

San Antonio, which was coming off a convincing win over the Lakers in Los Angeles on Friday, led 12-6 just over five minutes into the contest. But a basket by Allen ignited an 11-2 run.

After a basket by Malik Rose with 3:15 remaining in the quarter got the Spurs within 17-16, Vladimir Radmanovic scored for Seattle, igniting a 8-3 burst that closed the quarter.

Allen opened the second quarter with a 3-pointer and a jumper and San Antonio never got closer than five the rest of the game. The Spurs trailed by as many as 21 in the game's final moments.

Even with Ginobili making 7-of-12 shots, San Antonio's starting five combined to shoot 39 percent (23-of-59). The Spurs also committed 20 turnovers.

"Tonight, I thought Danny Fortson did what he does best, especially on the boards on both ends of the floor," Seattle coach Nate McMillan said. "He did a good job of keeping Tim Duncan out of the paint. I thought it was a very good effort coming off the bench. You have to give credit to our defense and our bigs. I thought defensively we came to work. I thought this team tonight outworked San Antonio."

"My type of play is that I'm going to eat up the boards when I am out there," Fortson said. "That's where I'm at, I'm under the basket. Right now I just want to stay focused and help the team win games."

Seattle shot 51 percent (39-of-77), including 6-of-13 attempts from the arc, and missed just four of 33 free-throw attempts.