Toronto beat Milwaukee with a great contribution from the substitutes


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Toronto beat Milwaukee with a great contribution from the substitutes

The Raptors bench was the key to beating a Bucks that did not have Giannis Antetokounmpo. Will they see each other again in the Playoffs?

Toronto raptors You already know that you will finish second in the This the regular season and that his rival in the Playoffs will be the Brooklyn nets. That, however, does not prevent them from continuing to play strong in their remaining matches and they showed it against Milwaukee bucks, after beating them by 114-106 in Orlando.

It should also be noted that the Bucks did not have their top figure this time, Giannis Antetokounmpo, who missed the game due to a dental problem. Either way, those from the state of Wisconsin had the rest of the entire roster, and yet they were not enough.

On the Canadians’ side, Nick Nurse gave rest to his point guard partner, Kyle Lowry and Freed VanVleet. Thus, the great performances had to come from the “lesser known.” Chris Boucher scored 25 points and Matt Thomas contributed 22, both coming off the bench.

Meanwhile, Mike Budenholzer’s men had Kyle Korver with 19 points as their leading scorer. The Bucks also already know who they’ll face in the first round of the postseason: the Orlando Magic.

In this way, two of the best teams in the NBA completed one of the remaining procedures before the most important part of the campaign, where they could face each other in the conference final, if they meet the forecasts in previous rounds.

Other results:

Oklahoma City Thunder 101-128 Phoenix Suns

Dallas Mavericks 122-114 Utah Jazz

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