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Nick Young scored 21 points and John Wall had 15 as the Wizards lost for the fourth time in five games. Trevor Booker had 13 and Jordan Crawford 11.

Booker said the Raptors played as though they were looking for payback for a Jan. 10 loss at Washington, the Wizards' first victory of the season following an 0-8 start.

“I know they remember us beating them so I know they wanted some revenge,” Booker said.

Washington dropped to 1-10 away from home this season and has won just four times in 52 road games since the start of last season.

The Raptors were up 80-69 heading into the fourth and pulled away from there, leading by as many as 22.

Toronto, which led by 10 at the break, matched a season high with 55 first-half points.

Wizards veteran Rashard Lewis scored eight points, leaving him six shy of 15,000 for his career. When he reaches the mark, Lewis will join Paul Pierce and Jason Kidd as the only players to score at least 15,000 points, grab 5,000 rebounds and make 1,500 3-pointers.

NOTES: Calderon’s career high in assists is 19, set twice. His 17 assists were more than Washington’s total of 13. … Calderon also had a season-high eight rebounds, one shy of his career best. … Kleiza returned for the Raptors after sitting out Wednesday with soreness in his surgically-repaired right knee. … Wittman was the replacement when Casey was fired by Minnesota in 2007.