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SEATTLE (AP) _ Peja Stojakovic hit a 3-pointer and an 18-footer in the final minute and the Sacramento Kings, playing without the suspended Chris Webber, beat the Seattle SuperSonics 99-95 Thursday night.

Stojakovic finished with 32 points as the Kings, who have the NBA's best record at 34-10, won for the 15th time in 16 games.

Stojakovic's 3-pointer with 52.3 seconds left gave the Kings a 95-92 lead. After rookie Vladimir Radmanovic missed a 3-pointer for Seattle with 35.3 seconds to go, Stojakovic hit an 18-footer with 16.6 seconds to play.

Rashard Lewis of the Sonics made a 3-pointer with 13.4 seconds left. Seattle fouled Bobby Jackson, who made two free throws with 12 seconds to go. Lewis missed a 3-pointer for Seattle with 8.4 seconds remaining.

Gary Payton scored 25 points and Vin Baker had 22, 20 in the first half, for the Sonics.

Webber was suspended for one game for throwing an elbow at Utah's Jarron Collins last Saturday. Webber missed his 24th game of the season. The Kings are 17-7 without Webber in the lineup and 17-3 with him.

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