We break down the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals, in which the Milwaukee Bucks did not shoot well but still managed to defeat the Toronto Raptors 108-100.
Some of the biggest storylines:
- Brook Lopez scored a playoff career-high 29 points to spark the Bucks and their rally in the second half
- After shooting 6-34 from three through three quarters, Milwaukee finished 11-44 from deep with a 5-for-10 effort in the fourth quarter. Still only 25%, but the Bucks won
- Despite shooting 39% overall, Milwaukee won by eight points
- The Bucks' bench is much deeper than Toronto's and Malcolm Brogdon led the charge with 15 points as a reserve
Listen after every Bucks' playoff game for our postgame show!
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