Two days after Bradley Beal calling out the Wizards' apparent need for a culture change, the Wizards set a new season-high for turnovers in a blowout loss to the defending champion Raptors.
Marc Gasol went nuts from three, Norman Powell posterized Anzejc Pasecniks and killed Washington all night, and the Wizards will have to take care of business against the Pistons on Monday to avoid a four-game losing streak.
Here are some of the top moments from the game.
Thomas Bryant goes up strong
Say what you want about whether Thomas Bryant is a building block for this team moving forward, but the Wizards sorely missed his finishing inside.
He led the league in two-point field goal percentage last year and showed us why on a monster two-hand jam over Pascal Siakam.
RT if you're glad to have Thomas Bryant dunks back in your life pic.twitter.com/DEMl8vlGy1— NBC Sports Wizards (@NBCSWizards) January 18, 2020
The play ignited the Wizards bench but unfortunately didn't give them enough energy to not turn the ball over almost every single trip down the floor.
Beal's four-point play
Bradley Beal didn't have the best night shooting the ball in Toronto, but he managed to drill back-to-back threes at the start of the second half in hopes of getting his team back in the game.
The second of the two was the most impressive. Beal faced a double team off of a screen but rose up and hit the three anyway while getting fouled in the process.
Beal was noticeably frustrated on the offensive end most of the night. Whether that was carry-over from Chicago or a stingy Raptors defense keying in on him, Beal couldn't really get it going in any way outside of the play you see above.
Troy Brown buzzer-beater
Troy Brown had one of his worst games of the year Wednesday night in Chicago, so after Beal called the team out, Brown appeared to have a nice bounce-back performance against the Raptors. At the end of a really bad first quarter for Washington, Brown canned a three at the buzzer to enter the second frame on a high note.
Troy— NBC Sports Wizards (@NBCSWizards) January 18, 2020
He ended up with 22 points on 9-13 shooting and was one of the few bright spots in an otherwise sloppy showing by the Wizards in Toronto.
When nine players have multiple turnovers in the same game, bright-spot type of performances don't cut it.
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