The Toronto Raptors, playing without starters Jonas Valanciunas and DeMar DeRozan, still finished a four-game season sweep of the Milwaukee Bucks, rolling to a 107-89 win on Tuesday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
The Bucks lost the four games in the series by an average of 16.3 points.
The Bucks had a 28-22 lead after the first quarter, but were outscored 19-8 during the early stretch of the second quarter and never led again.
Toronto packed the paint and forced the Bucks to shoot from the outside. They made just nine-of-30 on the night from the outside.
Bucks coach Jason Kidd said, “Our strength is inside the paint, but when you are getting shots blocked or they are packing the paint to dare you to shoot, you have to be able to shoot those shots with confidence. We just didn’t do that tonight.”
Toronto was playing the second of back-to-back games on a road trip that would see them play four games in five days. So the Raptors went to the bench to start the fourth quarter. The reserves were never threatened by the Bucks, who fell behind by as much as 27 points.
Kyle Lowry led the Raptors with 25 points and 11 assists.
Giannis Antetokounmpo finished one assist short of his fifth triple-double in the last 12 games. He had 18 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists. Jabari Parker, who turned 21-years-old on Tuesday added 18 points.
Center John Henson returned to action after missing 20 games. He finished with four points.