Raptors beat Wizards by 39 points

Roundup

January 31, 2008

Andrea Bargnani scored 19 points, Chris Bosh had 16 and the host Toronto Raptors used a big second quarter and a flurry of three-pointers to beat the Washington Wizards, 122-83, last night.

The 39-point margin of victory matched the biggest in team history, a 112-73 win over the Atlanta Hawks on April 12, 2002.

Anthony Parker had 15 points and Jose Calderon added 11 points and 11 assists for the Raptors, who avenged a 108-104 overtime loss at Washington on Tuesday.

Juan Dixon (Maryland) had 12 points for Toronto, which finished 13-for-18 from three-point range.

DeShawn Stevenson led Washington with 16 points.

Cavaliers 84, Trail Blazers 83 -- LeBron James' reverse layup with less than a second left gave Cleveland its fifth straight win on the road. Portland led by as many as 14 points in the second half, but the Cavaliers rallied.

Jazz 100, Knicks 89 -- Deron Williams had 22 points and 12 assists for his fifth straight double double, and host Utah extended its winning streak to a season-high six games by beating New York.

Magic 107, Heat 91 -- Hedo Turkoglu had 27 points and 12 rebounds, Rashard Lewis scored 19 and host Orlando needed 12 consecutive points in the final quarter before pulling away and beating Miami.

Warriors 116, Hornets 103 -- Stephen Jackson scored 26 and visiting Golden State beat New Orleans to end the Hornets' nine-game winning streak. Former Hornets star Baron Davis hit six three-pointers.

Nuggets 106, Grizzlies 102 -- Allen Iverson had 32 points and 12 assists and Denver won at Memphis.

76ers 112, Bucks 69 -- Andre Iguodala scored 18 and Andre Miller had 14 to lead Philadelphia over Milwaukee, the 76ers' largest win in 12 seasons at the Wachovia Center.

Kings 105, Bobcats 91 -- Brad Miller had 22 points and a career-high 21 rebounds to lead host Sacramento.

Timberwolves 83, Bulls 67 -- Al Jefferson had 26 points and 20 rebounds for host Minnesota.

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