TORONTO (AP) — Jarrett Jack had 23 points and eight assists, Antoine Wright scored a season-high 19 points and Toronto beat the Washington Wizards 109-104 on Saturday night, the Raptors' ninth victory in 10 home games.
Andrea Bargnani added 18 points, Hedo Turkoglu had 16, and Rasho Nesterovic and Jose Calderon each had 10 for Toronto, which topped 100 points for the 20th straight game and won its second straight with All-Star Chris Bosh watching from the bench.
Bosh (sprained left ankle) missed his second straight game. He was injured in the fourth quarter Wednesday night in a home loss to Memphis and did not travel to New Jersey for Friday night's win over the Nets, the first game he'd missed all season.
Andray Blatche scored 24 points, and Josh Howard had 17 as the Wizards failed win three straight for the first time this season. Randy Foye added 14 points, and Al Thornton and JaVale McGee each had 10 for Washington.
The Wizards led 100-91 with 5:40 left, but Jack hit a 3-pointer, then made four straight free throws to make it a two-point game. After the Wizards turned it over on a shot-clock violation, Turkoglu gave the Raptors a 101-100 lead with a three-point play.
Bargnani blocked shots on the next two possessions, giving Washington seven straight empty trips. At the other end, Wright dunked and Turkoglu made a bank shot to cap a 14-0 Toronto run, making it 105-100 with 1:34 remaining.
Blatche scored baskets on both sides of Calderon's two free throws, making it 107-104 with six seconds left, but Jack made two more from the line to keep Toronto safe.
Blatche scored 14 points in the third as the Wizards used a 22-6 run to erase a 10-point deficit. Washington led 88-85 heading into the fourth.
NOTES: After missing a dunk in the first, Turkoglu removed his protective mask in the second. Turkoglu, who fractured his orbital bone in a collision with Indiana's Mike Dunleavey on Jan. 31, also removed his mask Friday at New Jersey. ... Toronto played its first Saturday night home game since Feb 3, 2001. The Air Canada Centre is usually reserved for Maple Leafs hockey games on Saturday nights, but the NHL is currently on an Olympic break.