Barry had “a little bit of stiffness” when he met with the training staff on Wednesday morning, but it was not the kind of discomfort that might mean Barry will be out several weeks.
Ewing finished the night 1-for-6, though he managed 12 rebounds and two blocked shots.
“We certainly didn’t get him here to score two points a game,” Sonics coach Paul Westphal said. “But he’s going to have lots of bigger games than that.”
Rebounds and blocked shots “are the No. 1 thing we want from him,” Westphal added. “We want offense, too, but we’ll get offense. I don’t have any doubt that most nights he’ll (score) in double figures.”
The Sonics celebrated “Turn Back the Clock Night” for the game, with the cost of tickets, food and team merchandise reduced to 1975 prices.
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