For Milwaukee, it’s a chance to take a big series lead. They narrowly escaped with a Game 1 victory, and can put Toronto on their heels with another win tonight. So far the Bucks have breezed through the playoffs, with a four-game sweep of the Detroit Pistons in the opening round, and a four-to-one series win over the Boston Celtics in round two.
Of course, when you have Giannis Antetokounmpo, that task becomes a little easier.
But the Raptors have their own weapons. Kawhi Leonard has been arguably the top player in the league this postseason, and Kyle Lowry was phenomenal in Game 1.
After gutting out an impressive seven-game series against the Philadelphia 76ers in the second round, you can be sure that Toronto will bring the fight tonight.
So, who wins Game 2?