Desmond Mason may have had a game before in which he never missed a shot, but never has he done so in double figures, hitting 10 of 10 from the field. Mason's offensive output helped the Bucks, who have been sluggish offensively, knock off the Toronto Raptors 112-85 at the Bradley Center.
The Bucks led by 15 at the half and increased it to 27 in the 3rd quarter and as much as 36 in the fourth.
The Bucks played without their head coach, Larry Krystkowiak. The coach was with his wife, who gave birth to twin girls about a half hour after tipoff. Assistant coach Tony Brown coached the team in Krystkowiak's absense.
Mason finished with 21 points. He and his Bucks teammates are off until Friday night when they face the Rockets in Houston.