SEATTLE, Feb. 23 (UPI) -- Kevin Durant led the way with 17 points Friday in helping the Seattle SuperSonics gain some revenge with a 99-87 victory over Portland.
The teams played for the second night in a row, the Trail Blazers having snapped a five-game losing streak with a 92-88 decision over the Sonics Thursday.
The Sonics grabbed a 10-point lead after one period and managed to maintain a comfortable advantage the rest of the game.
Portland was led by Travis Outlaw with 26 points. The Blazers made only 37 percent of their shots from the field and hit just four of 18 three-point attempts.