SEATTLE, Feb. 5 (Ticker) -- Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis helped the Seattle SuperSonics re-establish their home dominance.

Allen scored 14 of his 25 points and Lewis added 10 of his 18 in the first quarter as the SuperSonics opened a big lead before cruising to a 113-99 victory over the Charlotte Bobcats.

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At 17-6, Seattle owns the fourth best home record, but had dropped three of its previous four here, but never trailed in this one.

Lewis and Allen opened the game with consecutive 3-pointers as the Sonics jumped to a 10-3 lead 4:30 into the first quarter. Ninety seconds later, Allen scored six points in a 10-2 spurt that pushed the edge to 22-11 with 3:35 on the clock.

Vladimir Radmanovic scored 12 of his 23 points in the second quarter as the Sonics all but sealed the victory. He hit a 3-pointer with just over six minutes left that ignited a 15-5 run, which was capped by Luke Ridnour's short jumper that made it 61-37 with 2:15 to go.

Melvin Ely set a career high for the second consecutive game with 22 points for Charlotte, which got no closer than 13 thereafter.

Reggie Evans grabbed a career-high 21 rebounds for Seattle. He became the first Sonic to grab at least 20 boards since Shawn Kemp accomplished the feat December 12, 1995.