Seattle brought Sacramento within one loss of the NBA record for consecutive road defeats as Shawn Kemp and Eddie Johnson scored 20 points apiece and Kemp grabbed 14 rebounds as the Sonics outrebounded the Kings 58-36.

Antoine Carr scored 29 points, keeping the Kings, 1-36 on the road with 33 consecutive losses this season, in contention through three quarters.The NBA record for consecutive road losses is 34 by the New Jersey Nets in 1989-90 and 1990-91. Sacramento would tie that mark with a loss at Los Angeles against the Clippers on Sunday, and the Kings' next road game after that is April 15 at Minnesota.

The Kings led 66-64 on Duane Causwell's dunk with 5:25 left in the third quarter. The SuperSonics then took control with a 16-4 spurt that gave them an 80-70 lead early in the fourth period.

Warriors 127, Heat 114

At Oakland, Golden State clinched a Western Conference playoff spot as Chris Mullin scored 12 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter and Tim Hardaway had a career-high eight steals against Miami.

76ers 107, Pacers 104

Philadelphia got strong performances from Ron Anderson, Armon Gilliam and Rickey Green to win at Indiana without Charles Barkley and Rick Mahorn.

Cavaliers 95, Knicks 84

Cleveland won at home by outscoring New York 70-43 from the midway point of the second quarter.