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Don't Ray-n On Our Parade
The Sonics made 8-of-17 from behind the arc Tuesday.
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Ray Allen’s driving lay-up with 12.8 seconds to go sealed the game, and the King’s fate, in Seattle’s 122-118 Game 5 series-clinching win on Tuesday. Allen, who finished with a team-high 30 points, was 12-for-20 from the field, including 4-of-6 from behind the arc. Rashard Lewis added 24 points and five other Sonics scored in double figures. Seattle advances to the second round for the first time in seven years where they will meet San Antonio.
Inside the Numbers: Sonics in Semifinals
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April 5: Kings 122, Sonics 101 | Box | Video
Feb. 10: Sonics 115, Kings 107 | Box | Video
Feb. 1: Sonics 106, Kings 101 | Box | Video
Nov. 10: Sonics 108, Kings 78 | Box | Video
Game 1: SEA 87, SAC 82 | Box | Highlights | Postgame
Game 2: SEA 105, SAC 93 | Box | Highlights | Postgame
Game 3: SAC 116, SEA 104 | Box | Highlights | Postgame
Game 4: SEA 115, SAC 102 | Box | Highlights | Postgame
Game 5: SEA 122, SAC 118 | Box | Highlights | Postgame
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