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Kings 113, SuperSonics 110

October 23, 2000

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) _ Darrick Martin hit a 3-pointer with 30.6 seconds to go and made three free throws in the final 17.5 seconds as Sacramento beat Seattle 113-110 in an exhibition game Sunday night.

The Kings led by as many as nine points in the fourth quarter, but the SuperSonics took a 108-105 lead on Desmond Mason’s 6-foot jumper with 1:08 to play.

After Vlade Divac’s two free throws pulled the Kings within one, Hidayet Turkoglu stole the ball to set up Martin’s game-winner basket. Martin finished with 13 points.

Predrag Stojakovic led the Kings (3-2) with 22 points. Divac and Lawrence Funderburke each had 19 points, and Funderburke had 12 rebounds. Kings forward Chris Weber sat out his second consecutive game because of tendinitis in his right ankle.

Patrick Ewing and Shammond Williams each had 19 points for the Sonics (2-4).

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