Here’s how you can watch the NBA Playoffs 2018: Toronto Raptors vs. Washington Wizards Game 3 live online or the old fashioned way on your TV.
The season is on the line for the Washington Wizards as they go back home down 0-2 against the Toronto Raptors. Their chances aren’t looking good as the 8th seed with Wall and Beal having some shooting issues against the Raptors defense. They haven’t been in sync with Wall having a better Game 2, and Beal a better Game 1. Wall has been consistent at the free throw line with 19 of 21 attempts made through the first two games.
You can watch the game over on ESPN2 at 8:00 p.m. ET or right from the comfort of your computer at Watch ESPN’s Live Stream. If the Raptors take this one, it’s pretty likely a sweep is in the making. Typically teams down 0-2 in the NBA Playoffs make a valiant effort in Game 3 and obviously lose all steam and motivation if they drop it.
Most teams become deflated at a Game 4 following a loss on home court and usually lose handily. Despite it being possible to overcome 0-3 in theory, it’s easier said than done. There’s no padding in case of a bad game. That’s why tonight’s game is a must win for the Wizards if they hope to have any chance of extending the series to something formidable.
The Raptors’ DeMar DeRozan scored 37 points on 14-of-23 shooting (60.9 percent) last game in the Raptors’ 130-119 victory on their home court. Kyle Lowry had a double-double last game with 13 points and 12 assists. Serge Ibaka has also been playing well this series with his own double-double of 23 points (72.7 percent shooting) and 12 rebounds in Game 1.
Date: Friday, April 20
Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Washington, D.C.
Venue: Capital One Arena
TV Info: ESPN2
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch the live stream on Watch ESPN.
Tipoff is scheduled for 8:00 pm E.T on Friday, April 20 at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. with the whole series practically on the line. No team in the NBA has ever come back to win a series down 0-3. Although Zach Randolph almost led the Portland Trail Blazers to do so against Dirk Nowitzki’s Mavericks in the 2003 NBA Playoffs, bringing a Game 7.