TORONTO -- The consensus among the Wizards, despite their inability to beat the Toronto Raptors this season, is that this series is theirs to lose.
The home schedule is complete for the Wizards, who are 29-12 at Verizon Center with Sunday's 108-99 win vs. the Atlanta Hawks.
Just less than two weeks ago, after the Wizards fell to the Chicago Bulls in a pivotal Eastern Conference game at United Center, the tide appeared to have officially turned.
In the first meeting with the Chicago Bulls, John Wall did everything in his power to bring back the Wizards.
Despite losing 99-91 to the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday, the Wizards can take solace in knowing they at least belong in the conversation though they didn't play their best: