After trailing by double digits nearly the entire game, the Wizards cut the lead to seven points at one point in the third but couldn’t formulate any sort of a rhythm until it was too late.
The Wizards opened the fourth with a 15-7 run that cut the lead to 80-75 in the first five minutes of the quarter. But Bosh, who finished with 18 points, eight rebounds and five assists, scored nine straight points during a 10-4 run to put Toronto back up by 10.
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