The Milwaukee Bucks had the day off on Sunday, but they moved into the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference playoff chase after Toronto fell to Philadelphia 114-101 on Sunday in Toronto.
The Raptors have dropped 5 of their last 6, while the Bucks have won three in a row, coming off of their 92-85 win over Cleveland on Saturday night at the Bradley Center. The Bucks (33-29) have won 9 of their last 10 games. They have a half-game lead on Toronto and own the head to head tie breaker as well.
Scott Skiles’ Bucks return to action Tuesday night by hosting Boston and then play a home game against Utah on Friday.