Raptors To Battle Wizards
The Toronto Raptors can now turn their attention to the post-season.
Toronto capped its regular-season schedule last night with a 116-109 overtime loss to the Miami Heat.
The top-seeded Raptors will face the eighth-seed Washington Wizards in the first round of the N-B-A playoffs.
Washington also lost its regular-season finale last night, 102-92 to Orlando.
Last night Kyle Lowry had 28 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists.
Toronto heads into its fifth consecutive playoff appearance after rewriting the franchise history books in the regular season.
The Raptors won a record 59 games, topping their previous best of 56. They also won a franchise-high 34 games at the Air Canada Centre, tying the Houston Rockets for the best home record in the NBA.
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