The Sonics have lost five straight games and seven of their last eight to end their skid to nine games.
That includes an 83-84 loss to the Warriors on Monday night in Oakland, which snapped their three-game winning streak.
“That was a tough loss.
They played well, and it was a game where they just weren’t good enough to win,” said Sonics guard Marcus Thornton, who scored 16 points and hit four 3-pointers.
“It was disappointing for us, especially for the guys that are here for us.
We’ve got to get better, and we’ve got a lot of guys that can be a big part of that.”
The 76ers (13-30) were also without point guard Jahlil Okafor for the game after he was ruled out of Monday’s win.
The 76er starters, including the starters, scored 29 points in the loss, while the reserves scored 23 and 14.
The Sonins have lost three straight and six of their past seven.
“We’re a little bit on the back foot.
We can’t keep going the way we’re going right now,” said forward Jahlill Okahe.
“And I think we need to do a better job.
We need to go out and play better and just play harder.”
Rookie forward Nik Stauskas had 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Sonics.
They’re 0-6 against the Warriors in their past 11 meetings, including all five of the losses this season.
They’ve also won six of seven at home.
The teams played a season-high 34 minutes Monday, including 22 minutes in the third quarter.
The Warriors led by 14 at halftime before falling behind by 14 in the fourth.
The game ended with 7:33 left in the game, when the Sonins led by as many as 16.
The team scored 19 points on 11-of-15 shooting from the field in the first half.
The Kings scored the last nine points in regulation, with Okafore scoring nine of the Sonians 13 points.
The win snapped a four-game skid.
Sacramento has dropped six straight at home, with three of the defeats coming in the paint.