Wizards prevail in triple-overtime thrillerPosted on February 28, 2014
It was the team's first triple overtime game since 1975 when the franchise was known as the Bullets. On that occasion the Bullets lost to the 76ers in Philadelphia 110-109. Current Comcast SportsNet analyst Phil Chenier played 59 minutes in that game, but doesn't remember much about it. It will be hard to forget last night.
The Wizards' 134-129 victory produced 19 lead changes and 15 ties over the three overtimes. In the end, the Wizards used their defense to finally stop the Raptors and pull away for the win.
Late drama in Toronto
John Wall finished with 21 points including this sick move in the second overtime
Marcin Gortat had a career-high 31 points to go with 12 rebounds and 4 blocked shots
Gortat defense with a snarl
Gortat was connected on offense with Wall.
Our exclusive interview with Marcin Gortat
It was wild....
Woke up to -9 degrees Celsius here in Toronto where the Wizards will try to stay hot and snare their first win against the Raptors in the last meeting of the regular season between the two teams.