Laker Notes Seattle took 26 more shots than the Lakers, the result of a commanding difference in offensive rebounding. The SuperSonics had 21 offensive rebounds to the Lakers' 5, and had an overall edge of 47-38 on the boards. But the Lakers shot 56.8% (42 for 74)--63.9% in the first half--while Seattle shot 51 % (51 for 100). The Lakers made 37 of 43 free throws, while Seattle made just 18 of 31. . . . Seattle guard Nate McMillan, a rookie out of North Carolina State, had 15 assists. . . . Kurt Rambis, who played 10 minutes in Game 1 and five minutes in Game 2, did not play at all Saturday. . . . The win was Pat Riley's 67th in playoff competition. Only Boston's Red Auerbach (98) has more. . . . Riley on James Worthy: "He's proven to be unstoppable so far. I don't know where we'd be without him. I can't keep him on the floor enough." . . . Cooper on Worthy: "Teams don't know how to guard him. If they put a big man on him, James goes right by him. If they try a little guy, James overpowers him. Trying to match up against James gives us an edge on any team we play."