The Milwaukee Bucks made a statement Tuesday night in Toronto with a convincing win, 108-97. Milwaukee trailed after two quarters but dominated coming out of halftime, outscoring Toronto, 34-19, in the third. It was the third game in four nights for the Bucks, including an overtime game Monday. Combine that with a hostile road atmosphere, and many felt Toronto had the advantage entering the game.
Milwaukee was paced by a balanced offensive attack. Khris Middleton netted 22, followed closely by Antetokounmpo, Bledsoe, and Brook Lopez. Milwaukee has won 18 of 20.