Thursday, April 28, 2005

Sonics 2-0

The Sonics are now two games up on the Sacramento Kings with game 3 coming on Friday. In their latest game, the Sonics took down the Kings with a score of 105-93. The Sonics go to Sacramento for Game 3.

In Game 2, the Sonics held the advantage through the game. At one point, they were up around 26 points. This difference was brought back by an extreme fourth quarter on the side of the Kings. The Kings rallied to bring the score back to only a 12 point difference.

Thursday, April 21, 2005

Sonics/Rockets Matchup: Not Happenin

Recently, a fellow blogger wrote to me about an article of comparison he made between the Sonics and the Rockets. He took some in depth analysis into it, so I'd suggest taking a gander at it. It takes a look at why he is glad that the Sonics will not face the Rockets in the first round due to their previous games. Enjoy!

Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Sonics and Mavs

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Dallas is 8-1 straight-up and 6-3 versus the spread in its last nine following Monday's 110-89 home win over the Grizzlies.

The Mavericks have covered five of their last seven on the road.

Dallas has topped the posted number in 22 of its last 33 away from home.

Seattle is on slides of 1-6 straight-up and 0-7 versus the spread after Monday's 12-point home loss to the Rockets.

The SuperSonics have covered seven of their last 10 in this series.

Seattle has stayed under in 10 of its last 14 at home. Forward Rashard Lewis is listed as questionable with a foot injury.


Thursday, April 14, 2005

Sonics drop to Mavericks

Seattle is keeping itself one game away from clinching the Northwest title. This has actually been going on for some time. The Sonics have lost the last six games in a row. Hopefully, it’s just stress related.

Either way, as of now the Sonics are scheduled to play against the Rockets with T-Mac and the gentle Yao in the first round. With how the Sonics have been playing, they better start getting ready for some competition.

Sunday, April 10, 2005


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Seattle is on slides of 0-3 straight-up and 0-5 versus the spread following Friday's 23-point home loss to the Lakers.

The SuperSonics have failed to score the spread win in three straight on the road.

The last three meetings in Denver have gone over the total.

Denver has won six straight and is 5-0-1 against the number in those wins with Friday's 107-104 outright victory at Minnesota.

The Nuggets are 18-3-1 versus the spread in their last 22 games. However, they're only 1-5 against the number in their last six versus Seattle after their 116-110 outright road victory on January 18.

Denver has stayed under in four of its last five overall.

Thursday, April 07, 2005


As of now, the Seattle SuperSonics are matched up to first go against the Houston Rockets in the Playoff run. Both teams have been playing pretty poorly the last few games. This brought Houston down from the 5th spot to the 6th.

Rashard Lewis has been sitting out the last two games after having pain in his right foot. It turns out to be nothing serious and Lewis will return for the following game. The injury was a bone bruise and a bruise on his tendon.

"Everything's cool. Rashard will sit out a few more days to heal, then we'll re-evaluate it this weekend. We'll know more after that."
- GM Rick Sund