The Toronto Raptors could become the next team to advance out of the first round in the Eastern Conference. On Monday evening, they received a tremendous performance from Norman Powell to help grab a double-digit win over Milwaukee. The loss by the Bucks puts them into a "must win" situation for Game 6, with Toronto looking to knock them out of the NBA Playoffs. Here's a look at how Powell and the Raptors got this huge win on Monday night in Toronto.

Powells leads Raptors

In most Toronto Raptors' wins, it's backcourt stars Kyle Lowry or DeMar DeRozan leading the way.

However, Monday's effort was boosted by Norman Powell. The Toronto shooting guard started the game and played 34 minutes. His end stat line featured 8-for-11 shooting including making all of his three-pointers to finish with 25 points. Powell also tallied four rebounds, four assists, three steals and a block for a solid effort.

Lowry and DeRozan helped out in the Raptors' win too. The two guards combined for 34 points, 16 assists, and six rebounds. Teammate Serge Ibaka had 19 points, six boards, three assists, and three blocks while teammate DeMarre Carroll also finished in double-digits with 12 points. Now they get to try to wrap things up in a few days.

For the losing side, "The Greek Freak" Giannis Antetokounmpo had 30 points along with nine rebounds, three assists, three steals, and three blocks.

Teammate Malcolm Brogdon added 19 points, while Greg Monroe came off the bench to add 11. However, no other Bucks scored in double digits, and as a team, they were outrebounded 40-23. Milwaukee was also a disappointing 15-for-26 from the line or 57.7 percent.

Both teams shot well from the floor for the game. The Milwaukee Bucks finished with a 50 percent field goal rate while Toronto shot 57.7 percent.

Surprisingly, Toronto coughed up the ball more, finishing with 17 turnovers, but the Bucks had just two less for the game. When it comes down to it, though, the Raptors simply made more shots from the floor, from long distance, and at the charity stripe.

When do they play next?

The Toronto Raptors and Milwaukee Bucks will meet again for Game 6 at the Bradley Center in Wisconsin on Thursday at a time to be announced.

The channel for this game's telecast is also to be announced. If there is a Game 7, that will take place at Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Saturday at a time to be decided. TNT is scheduled as the broadcasting channel if the deciding game takes place.