Last night marked Game 6 between the Toronto Raptors and the Milwaukee Bucks in their playoff series. For the most part, this series has been going back and forth with the Bucks being the favorites to make it out. In Game 1, the Bucks would beat the Raptors with a 97 to 83 score. Giannis Antetokounmpo finished with twenty-eight points, eight rebounds and three. DeMar DeRozan would put up twenty-seven points, eight rebounds and one assist. Game 2 would be a win for the Raptors as they pull away with a 106 to 100 win. DeMar DeRozan scored twenty-three points, pulled down seven rebounds and dished off three rebounds. Giannis Antetokounmpo would chalk up twenty-four points, fifteen rebounds and seven assists. In the third game, Milwaukee would bounce back as they hand Toronto a 104-77 blowout loss. Khris Middleton would end up with twenty points, three rebounds and seven assists. Kyle Lowry would put up thirteen points, five rebounds and two assists. Delon Wright would settle for thirteen points as well, along with six rebounds and two assists. The Canada team would bounce back as they defeat the Bucks with a 87 to 76 score. DeMar DeRozan scored thirty-three points, grabbed nine rebounds and threw out five assists. Giannis Antetokounmpo would settle for fourteen points, nine rebounds and four assists. Greg Monroe would chalk up fourteen points as well, along with nine rebounds and one assist. The Raptors would win the last game as well, handing the Wisconsin team a 118 to 93 loss. In that game, Norman Powell would put up twenty-five points, four rebounds and four assists. Giannis Antetokounmpo would end up with thirty points, eight rebounds and three assists. The Milwaukee Bucks looked to survive for another game as they faced the Toronto Raptors in the BMO Harris Bradley Center last night.
The game would start off right for the Toronto Raptors as DeMar DeRozan drops ten points in the beginning quarter, shooting fifty-seven percent from the field. The first-round pick in the 2011 draft, Jonas Valanciunas, would come off the bench to collect six points along with four rebounds. Kyle Lowry would play for ten minutes only to be held to two points. On the other end of the court, Giannis Antetokounmpo would get hot for fourteen points, shooting seventy-one percent from the field. He would also crash the boards for three rebounds. Former Pistons player, Khris Middleton, would contribute with six points which would contain one three-pointer but it was the visiting team that ended the first quarter with a 28 to 24 lead. Things would not get any brighter for the home team as the Raptors spark a huge 23-14 run in the second period. During that run, DeRozan would put up six points as he shot fifty percent from the field. Former Rockets player, Patrick Patterson, would come the bench to knock down one three-pointer and two free-throws to earn himself five points. Serge Ibaka would contribute with six rebounds and four points, as he shot twenty-five percent from the field. Delon Wright would come off the bench to shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field but would only collect four points. As for the Milwaukee team, Matthew Dellavedova would come off the bench to put up six points as he shot sixty-seven percent from the field. Antetokounmpo would only be limited to four points and three rebounds as the Raptors head into halftime with a commanding 51-38 advantage.
Giannis Antetokounmpo would come into the third quarter to shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field, as he would chalk up nine points, collecting three of those from beyond the arc. Middleton would contribute with two assists and five points, which included one three-pointer. Former Cavaliers player, Matthew Dellavedova, would come off the bench to earn five points of his own which held one three-pointer. As for the Canada team, DeMar DeRozan would chalk up seven points, along with one rebound and three steals. Kyle Lowry would continue to struggle as he would only score six points in the ten minutes that he played. Three of those points would come from behind the three-point line as he shot a perfect one-hundred from the field. Norman Powell, DeMarre Carroll and Serge Ibaka would all contribute with three points, earning them all from beyond the arc as the Raptors walk into the last quarter with a 74-61 lead. The Milwaukee Bucks would come back as they go on a large 28 to 18 run in the fourth period. 2011 NBA champion, Jerry Terry, would come off the Bucks bench to drop eight points which would contain two three-pointers. He would also crash the boards for four rebounds, along with one steal and one block. Antetokounmpo would collect seven more points to add to his scoring total while Middleton knocks down a three-pointer and three free-throws, earning himself six points.
With only two minutes left in the game, the Bucks would eventually lead, 82 to 80. After a Patterson dunk and a three-point jumper from Cory Joseph, the Raptors would lead again by three. Jason Terry would connect for a much-needed three-pointer off of a Khris Middleton assist to cut the deficit to two points. But after DeMar DeRozan successful knocks down three out of his four free-throws, the Toronto Raptors would hold on to defeat the Milwaukee Bucks with a 92-89 victory, winning the series, 4-2. DeMar DeRozan would finish with thirty-two points, four rebounds and three assists. Giannis Antetokounmpo would finish with thirty-four points (his new Playoff career-high), nine rebounds and three assists.