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Fresh from their Game 4 win, Toronto Raptors are all fired up in their home crowd winning Game 5 by 118-93
Toronto Raptors are full-on with their line-up with 6 raptors scoring double figures in tonight's game.
Norman Powell had a wonderful night, scoring a career playoff high of 25 points that included 4 three-pointers and a fourth-quarter dunk that stimulated the ACC making him the star of the game.
Although Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with 30 points, it didn't keep up with the Raptors.
With Serge Ibaka scoring 19 points, DeMar DeRozan with 18 points, DeMar Carroll with 12 points, Cory Joseph with 10 points and Kyle Lowry who is enduring a back pain still manages to chip in a total of 16 points for the win of Raptors.
Toronto took a 31-20 lead against the Bucks into the second quarter. And a jump shot from Patrick Patterson inched them more to Milwaukee Bucks by 19 points ending the second quarter with 57-48 lead.
Powell was the star of the third and fourth quarter, giving Raptors a 15-point lead with a three-point shot and a nice dunk in the fourth quarter which sealed the win for Toronto Raptors in Game 5.
A Game 6 win will surely take the Raptors to the Eastern Conference. Game 6 will be on Thursday, April 26th.