(Milwaukee, WI) — The Milwaukee Bucks took a 16 point early lead and never looked back, as they crushed Toronto at home 104-77 to grab a two games to one lead in their first round NBA playoff series. Khris Middleton scored nine of Milwaukee’s first 13 points and he was the Bucks’ leading scorer with 20, while Giannis Antetokounmpo had 19 points, eight rebounds, and four assists. The Bucks went up by 27 at the half, and the lead stayed close to 30 the rest of the way as Milwaukee outshot the Raptors 53-to-34 percent. Kyle Lowry and Deion Wright led Toronto with 13 points each, while Raptors All Star DeMar DeRozan failed to score a basket in eight attempts. Game Four of the best of seven Eastern Conference quarterfinal series is tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon in Milwaukee.