Bucks fall short to Raptors in double OT

For the first time in the playoffs, the Milwaukee Bucks lost a road contest after losing to the Toronto Raptors in double overtime 118-112. It was a rare off night for Khris Middletown and Giannis Antetokounmpo, combining for just 19 points. Anteteokounmpo was able to grab a game-high 23 rebounds before fouling out in the second overtime. It was George Hill who instead led the Bucks in scoring with 24 points. The Raptors' Kawai Leonard was his usual self, leading all scorers with 36 points while also collecting nine rebounds and five assists. The game may never have gone to double overtime without Middleton, who drained a three-pointer with seconds remaining to force the extra stanza. Clutch free throws by Hill forced the second overtime, which some many players on both sides sit out due to fouling out.


Game four will be in Toronto Tuesday night.

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