Rapt and rolled: Bucks lose big in Toronto
TORONTO — The exchange rate didn’t favor the Bucks on Friday night in Toronto, where they lost 124-83. The margin was the sixth worst in franchise history, and it was no fluke. The defeat snapped a three-game positive streak for the Bucks.
Milwaukee’s young players looked flat in their first game since a triple overtime victory at Brooklyn, while the top team in the Eastern Conference was in top form. The Raptors made 15 three-pointers and cruised.
Jabari Parker led the Bucks with 15 points and Ersan Ilyasova added 14, but only three Milwaukee players hit double figures.