Bucks drop home tilt to Toronto, still 21-20 at halfway point
A 92-89 loss to a division leading Toronto Raptors squad shouldn't dampen the spirits of a resurgent Bucks team that finishes the first half of the season at 21-20. The Bucks won just 15 games all of last season, but passed that total well before the halfway mark in 2014-15.
Brandon Knight scored 20 points Monday night, but only two other Bucks players scored in double figures. Ersan Ilyasova's 14 and O.J. Mayo's 13 were the next highest team totals behind Knight.
Kyle Lowry's 18 points led the Raptors, who are 27-14 at the season's halfway point.