By ANIKA REED
The Washington Wizards fell to the Toronto Raptors in a last-second loss Saturday, 84-82.
Although guard Bradley Beal scored a game-high of 20 points for the Wizards, it was no match for Cory Joseph's buzzer beater three-point shot. Joseph ended the game with 12 points, while Kyle Lowry hit 27 shots for the Raptors.
Wizards point guard John Wall added 18 points to the mix, while center Marcin Gortat had 10 rebounds.
This game ended a rough four-game, five-day stretch for the Wizards, who went 0-4 and shot at less than 30 percent from the floor in three straight games.
The Wizards trek to Cleveland to face the Cavaliers Tuesday at 7 p.m.