The Milwaukee Bucks demolished the Toronto Raptors with a big 104-77 win at home to take a 2-1 lead. The Bucks outscored the Raptors by an incredible margin of 20 in the first quarter (32-12), and they didn't allow the visitors to close the entire game. The Raptors scored miserable 30 points in the first half and 46 points in the first three-quarters. However, they managed to score some baskets in the final quarter, as they finished the game with 77 points.

Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks

As usual, Giannis Antetokounmpo was a leading man for Milwaukee, as he finished the game with 19 points, eight rebounds, four assists, two steals and two blocks while shooting efficiently 70 percent from the field.

Khris Middleton also had a great game with 20 points and seven assists, as he shot 8 of 15 from the field in 34 minutes on the floor.

Malcolm Brogdon didn't have a big scoring night, as he had only four points in seven attempts, but he was doing some other stuff for the Bucks, like assisting, rebounding and defending. Brogdon finished the game with seven rebounds and nine assists, but also managed to stop Kyle Lowry defensively, who scored only 13 points.

The Bucks bench outscored the Raptors bench 45-36, as they had three players in double-digits in scoring. Greg Monroe had 16 points, seven rebounds, three assists, two steals and a block in just 23 minutes on the floor. Michael Beasley played some big minutes and scored 13 points, while Matthew Dellavedova added 10 points off the bench.

Another tough night for the Raptors big duo

Here is an amazing stat for you… The Raptors starters scored only 41 points combined! And guess what, DeMar Derozan didn't make a field goal the entire game, as he finished with just 8 points, all of them coming from the free throw line. Derozan shot 0 of 8 from the field in 30 minutes on the floor.

Kyle Lowry had 13 points in 34 minutes, while shooting 4 of 10 from the field.

Jonas Valanciunas was an only bright spot for the Raptors, as he scored eleven points and grabbed 7 rebounds in just 20 minutes. The Raptors shot poorly 34 percent from the field and 27 percent from downtown. But their starters shot 28 percent from the field and 23 percent from the three point line combined. Also, they hit only 24 filed goals and had 11 assists in the game, while the Bucks had 29 assists on 39 made field goals.

The next game is on the schedule for Saturday, at 3:00 pm in Milwaukee.