It was a mid-morning start for the Milwaukee Bucks in Toronto Sunday and maybe the early tip time affected the team. The Bucks fell behind the Raptors by as many as 20 points in the first half, getting going at 10:00 AM Wisconsin time. Slowly but surely, the Bucks battled uphill and then hit stride in the 4th quarter, outscoring the Raptors 33-18 on their way to a 107-96 victory. Brandon Jennings and John Henson each scored 19 points, Mike Dunleavy added 15 off the bench as Milwaukee won for the third time in four starts for new head coach Jim Boylan. The Bucks (19-17) got help from Brooklyn, which defeated Indiana 97-86, to pull to within three games of the Central Division lead. The week long road heads west for the next three, beginning Tuesday night in Los Angeles against the Lakers.
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