Giannis Antetokounmpo had the night off as the Milwaukee Bucks dropped their fourth game in the bubble, this time a 114-106 decision to the Toronto Raptors.
Kyle Korver led all Bucks scorers with 19 points thanks to five three-pointers coming off the bench. He was one of six Bucks players registering double-digit point totals in the contest. The Raptors were led in scoring by Chris Boucher, who like Korver came off the bench to do his damage to the tune of 25 points. The Bucks were able to make it closer after the Raptors jumped out to a 67-53 lead at the half, outscoring their Canadian 53-47 in the final two frames.
The Bucks have two more games in the bubble before they begin the playoffs as the Eastern Conference's top seed. They play the Washington Wizards in Orlando at 8 p.m.