SEATTLE (Ticker) -- The Seattle SuperSonics barely held on for their first win. On Sunday, they try to get even with the San Antonio Spurs in their Western Conference semifinal series.

The SuperSonics hung on for a 92-91 victory here in Game Three on Thursday when Tim Duncan missed a short jumper in the lane at the buzzer.

Free throw shooting was the difference in Game Three. The Sonics connected on 28-of-33 from the line while the Spurs made only 19 of their 34 attempts, including just 8-of-16 in the fourth quarter.

Antonio Daniels, who scored 18 points, personified Seattle's prowess at the line, making all 12 of his attempts. All-Star Ray Allen was just 6-of-23 from the floor, but made all but two of his nine free throws en route to a 20-point performance.

Seattle's other All-Star, Rashard Lewis, collected 12 points and 10 rebounds but had to leave the game with a sprained toe in his left foot and is questionable for Sunday.

Duncan led the Spurs with 23 points and 10 rebounds, but also struggled from the line, making just 9-of-15 attempts.

The guard tandem of Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili scored 18 points apiece for San Antonio, which was held under 100 points for the first time in the series on Thursday.