By Tim Kowols
The Milwaukee Bucks will head back to Toronto knotted up at 2 games a piece after falling to Raptors 87-76 at the Bradley Center Saturday afternoon. After the Bucks kept him under control for game 3, Raptors guard DeMar Rozan roared back onto the scene with a game high 33 points.Both teams struggled from the field with the Bucks only make 37 percent of their shots compared to the Raptors’ 41 percent. Tony Snell led the Bucks with 19 points as the Raptors kept star players Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton in check for most of the game. Game 5 will take place in Toronto Monday night.