The season series will be on the line when the Washington Wizards visit the Toronto Raptors on Sunday.
The teams split two games in Washington on March 2-4.
The Raptors (36-38) have won the season series from the Wizards (33-41) in each of the past four seasons.
Both teams are coming off home victories. The Raptors completed a four-game season sweep of the Detroit Pistons with a 118-97 win on Friday.
The Wizards defeated the San Antonio Spurs 136-124 with Corey Kispert scoring a career-best 26 points.
“Overall, I thought it was a terrific team effort,” Wizards coach Wes Unseld Jr. said. “Corey’s career high was a plus, and we got tremendous output from our bench, which was good to see.”
The Wizards will be out to keep their slim hopes alive for a play-in spot.
They are 2 1/2 games behind the Chicago Bulls, who in 10th place occupy the final play-in spot in the Eastern Conference. Washington trails ninth-place Toronto by three games. The season series between teams is used as a tiebreaker in the standings.
The Wizards were playing their second consecutive game on Friday without both Bradley Beal (knee) and Kyle Kuzma (ankle). Kuzma has mis