It took double overtime, but the Raptors top Bucks in a thriller. Kawhi Leonard finished with 36 points, but he also got some help. Pascal Siakim had 25 points to finally come alive in this series. Marc Gasol got started early with a couple of threes finished with 16 points. Norman Powell chipped in 19 points off the bench. Being down 0-2, Toronto needed this win to avoid being down 3-0. As we all know, when you’re down 3-0, no team have ever come back from that deficit. Golden State went up 3-0 in their series against Portland. Kawhi Leonard seemed to injure himself earlier in the game, but he touched it out by playing a game-high 52 minutes. With Game 4 Tuesday night, can the Raptors tie the series before heading back to Milwaukee?
As far as Milwaukee goes, they had plenty of chances to win this game. The good news for Milwaukee is that Giannis had a bad offensive night and they almost won. Giannis finished with 12 points on 5-of-16 shooting but still pulled down 23 rebounds and dished out 7 assists while blocking four shots. The bench carried the Bucks in Game 3 as they finished with 54 points. George Hill finished with 24 and Malcolm Brogden chipped in 20 points. The bad news is that the Bucks can’t expect that kind of production from their bench all the time. Can the Bucks rebound and take Game 4? Will Giannis rebound and have another breakout game?
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