TORONTO -- The Toronto Raptors will meet the Washington Wizards in the first round of the NBA's post-season.

Kyle Lowry had 28 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists but Toronto still fell to the Miami Heat 116-109 in overtime on Wednesday night, while the Washington Wizards lost to the Orlando Magic 101-92. That combination of results made Washington the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference and set up a series with the top-ranked Raptors.

Toronto heads into its fifth consecutive playoff appearance after rewriting the franchise history books in the regular season. The Raptors won a record 59 games, topping their previous best of 56. They also won a franchise-high 34 games at the Air Canada Centre, tying the Houston Rockets for the best home record in the NBA.

The Raptors lost 107-96 to the Wizards on Nov. 5, part of their 5-4 start to the regular season. Bradley Beal scored 38 points and the Wizards led from the opening tipoff.

Toronto bounced back to beat Washington 100-91 on Nov. 19 at the Air Canada Centre. DeMar DeRozan had 33 points in the win.

Beal again led the way as the Wizards took a 122-119 win at home over the Raptors on Feb. 1.

Toronto earned the series split against the Wizards with a 102-95 victory in Washington on March 2. DeRozan led the way with 23 points.

The Wizards have been in a freefall to close out the regular season, losing 11 of their past 16 games.

John Wall hasn't played against the Raptors this season, returning to the lineup on April 1 from a knee injury.

Washington swept the Raptors in four games in the opening round of the playoffs in 2015, Toronto's worst performance in its last four playoff appearances.