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Raptors still have chance if they stop taking it misstep by misstep: Arthur
DeMar DeRozan, left, was just 6-for-20 from the field for the Raptors in Game 1; Paul Pierce was 7-for-10 for the Wizards and had a game-high 20...
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Raptors still have chance if they stop taking it misstep by misstep: Arthur

Bruce Arthur

Washington roared down the stretch with a 17-23 record, and the Raptors were 12-16 after their 37-17...

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