2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
59-23, 1st in Atlantic
How Lowry, DeRozan became friends (1:14)

Assessing the playoffs through two games

Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon, Andrew Han and Kevin Arnovitz discuss the Rockets-Wolves series (3:00), the Cavs (12:00), what’s going on with the Wizards (26:55), the Blazers (36:30), the Jazz (43:20) and Sixers-Heat (53:50).

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

John Wall and Scott Brooks say a major emphasis for Game 3 is getting off to a stronger start. Toronto jumped out to leads of 10 and 22 in each of the first quarters of Games 1 and 2. Expect the Wizards to try to feed off of the DC crowd early and try to jumpstart Bradley Beal.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

John Wall on what he's learned being down 0-2 coming home last postseason against Boston that he can apply against Toronto: "I'm always cool. Just be cool. [Stay] cool."


Bradley Chubb joins the show

The Get Up crew breaks down the NBA playoffs, Bradley Chubb and Damien Woody discuss the draft and Carson Wentz speaks on his injury and the Super Bowl.

Jalen: 'The Wizards are done' (0:43)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Kelly Oubre Jr. heard rapper Drake call him a "bum" as he ran past his courtside seat during Game 2, a moment that went viral. "That's my guy though," the Wizards forward said with a smile. "I see him in the summer time all the time... we pretty much run the streets of LA together, on the A-list tip, not in the hood way. He is a great rapper... I have no beef with him... We were talking trash the whole game, he was talking to John [Wall] just like he does every game. The camera got him saying I'm a 'bum' but they didn't see me shoot a 3 after that. It is all fun and games... it is all love."

Lowry gives DeRozan a hard time after 37-point game (1:53)
Drake calls out Oubre from the sideline (0:24)
DeRozan propels Raptors to 2-0 lead (0:58)
Raptors use hot start to beat Wizards (1:38)

DeRozan scores 37, Raptors win Game 2, beat Wizards 130-111

DeMar DeRozan matched his career playoff-high with 37 points, Jonas Valanciunas had 19 points and 14 rebounds and the Toronto Raptors beat the Washington Wizards 130-119 on Tuesday night, taking a 2-0 lead in a playoff series for the first time in...

Lowry feeds Wright for alley-oop (0:20)
Wright's block leads to DeRozan's jumper (0:18)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

John Wall is doing everything he can to carry the Wizards in the fourth. He had a spectacular block on Lucas Nogueira's dunk attempt, collected the rebound and hit Ty Lawson for a 3. He has drawn fouls and made four free throws and helped cut the lead to five. But DeMar DeRozan has been on the attack and keeps denying the Wizards with either a timely mid-range shot or free throws to push the lead back up to 14.

Brown's dime leads to Siakam dunk (0:19)
DeRozan crosses up Wall for dunk (0:20)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

After spending the last two days talking about how they had to stop Toronto's shooters and play better defense and hustle to 50-50 balls, the Wizards looked like a team halfway toward summer vacation rather than one trying to even this series. Washington looked disinterested at times in playing defense as Toronto scored 76 points and made 11-of-22 3-pointers in the half. This was after the Raptors made 16 3's in Game 1.

Mahinmi issued flagrant foul for hit on Ibaka (0:42)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

There was a long play review for a Ian Mahinmi flagrant foul and then a longer delay on the court as staff furiously wiped down a spilled drink at the corner of the court. The Wizards, of course, can use anything they can get to slow red-hot Toronto and regather themselves somehow. This start has been embarrassing for Washington.


Looks like Russ is The Raptor's fashion icon

Looks like Russ is The Raptor's fashion icon

Team Stats

Points Per Game111.74th
Rebounds Per Game44.014th
Assists Per Game24.36th
Points Allowed103.9Tied-6th

Team History