SEATTLE, Dec. 1 (Ticker) -- The Utah Jazz became the latest team to be victimized by the hot 3-point shooting of Vladimir Radmanovic, Ray Allen and the Seattle SuperSonics.

Radmanovic tied the game with a 3-pointer late in regulation and Allen nailed a key shot from the arc in overtime as the SuperSonics remained unbeaten at home with a 129-119 victory over the Jazz.

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Allen scored nine of his 38 points in overtime and Rashard Lewis and Radmanovic added 23 and 21, respectively, for the Sonics, who improved to 8-0 at KeyArena this season.

Seattle trailed, 110-107, after Utah's Carlos Boozer sank a pair of free throws with 18 seconds left in regulation. But Radmanovic tied it with a 3-pointer from the top of the arc with 10.5 seconds to play, clearing space for the shot by head-faking Boozer.

"We wanted to go to Ray but two guys jumped on him and I was open for a 3-pointer," Radmanovic said. "I knew Boozer was going to jump after my head-fake and I shot it and it went in. You don't have time to think about a shot like that."

"Vlade's 3-pointer was the biggest shot for us this year," said Seattle center Danny Fortson, who contributed eight points and nine rebounds before fouling out for the third time this year.

Following a timeout, Utah's Howard Eisley missed a runner high off the left side of the glass, gathered the rebound but misfired from the left baseline, sending the game into overtime.

Seattle held a 118-117 edge when Allen connected from the arc with 2:14 remaining. Antonio Daniels added a 3-pointer just over a minute later to make it 124-117, and Utah did not threaten thereafter.

Sonics coach Nate McMillan was delighted with the way his team fought back following a tough loss to Portland on Tuesday night.

"I thought those guys tonight kept fighting, kept scrapping and making plays against a scrappy Utah team," McMillan said. "We made some big shots. Ray made some big plays going to the basket and, of course, the three by Vlade to send the game into overtime, it was a huge shot."

Utah coach Jerry Sloan said his team may have gotten down on itself after blowing a five-point lead late in the fourth quarter to force the extra period.

"We felt sorry for ourselves a little bit when we went back out there because we felt we had won the regular game," Sloan said. "I think there was some disappointment there. That's where you have to be tough mentally."

Boozer produced a career-high 36 points on 15-of-21 shooting and Mehmet Okur scored 17 of his season-high 25 points after the third quarter for the Jazz, who made just 2-of-11 3-pointers and allowed the Sonics to connect on 13-of-29.

"I think we are playing a lot harder than a couple of games previous," Boozer said. "I guess we have to stop making mistakes and let other teams capitalize on them down the stretch." Radmanovic was 4-of-8, Allen 3-of-7 and Luke Ridnour 3-of-4 from the arc for Seattle, which shot 52 percent (42-of-81) overall.