Six Raptors were double-digit scorers. While Kyle Lowry led the way with 25 points, Norman Powell and Serge Ibaka were essential, as well.
The Raptors have evened the Eastern Conference finals.
Toronto topped Milwaukee 120-102 on Tuesday to knot the series up at 2-2 and it got help from everywhere.
Six Raptors were double-digit scorers. Kyle Lowry led the way with 25 points while Norman Powell and Serge Ibaka were essential bench contributors.
Kawhi Leonard still showcased his authority in the paint despite battling an apparent leg injury. He was also able to lean on the support of his teammates.
Toronto’s bench outscored Milwaukee’s 48-23.
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Khris Middleton and Giannis Antetokounmpo combined for 55 points on 62.5% shooting for Milwaukee. But six of the Bucks’ players shot less than 40% from the floor, which didn’t help Milwaukee’s two All-Stars.
Toronto is out of the 0-2 hole it dug itself to start the series. Now, it has a chance to win on the road in Milwaukee on Thursday.