SEATTLE (Ticker) -- The Seattle SuperSonics and Philadelphia 76ers each seek a third straight victory when they square off at KeyArena on Tuesday.

Rashard Lewis scored 22 points and Ray Allen added 19 as Seattle began a stretch of four games in five days with a 98-88 victory at the Utah Jazz on Monday.

Ronald Murray scored six of his 10 points in the decisive fourth quarter and had a pair of steals for the SuperSonics, who forced 26 turnovers while improving to 10-1 in back-to-back games.

Seattle has lost three straight games against Philadelphia at KeyArena but has won four in a row at the Wachovia Center, including a 103-95 triumph November 16.

Allen scored a season-high 37 point and hit seven of the SuperSonics' franchise record-tying 18 3-pointers against the 76ers. Antonio Daniels, who has missed the last two games with tonsillitis, scored 19 points in the earlier meeting with Philadelphia.

Allen Iverson scored 26 points and Kyle Korver added 14 off the bench for Philadelphia against Seattle.

Iverson, who was named Eastern Conference Player of the Week earlier in the day, had 28 points and six assists and rookie Andre Iguodala added 22 and 10 rebounds to help the 76ers improve to 2-0 on an eight-game road trip with a 111-104 triumph over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday.

Philadelphia has won four straight on the road after losing eight of its first nine games away from the Wachovia Center.

Iverson, who scored 21 points in the second half Monday, has averaged 39 points over the last five games, scoring 40 or more points in three of those contests.