(St. Francis, WI) — The Milwaukee Bucks vow to be more aggressive as they host Toronto tonight in Game Six of their first round NBA playoff series. Veteran guard Jason Terry says the more physical team has won every game in the series, and the Raptors have won the last two to put Milwaukee on the brink of elimination. The Bucks trail the series three games to two, and if they can win this evening, they’ll force a decisive Game Seven on Saturday night in Toronto. Giannis Antetokounmpo says his Bucks’ teammates need to help each other more on defense, and do a better job of blocking the middle, and center Greg Monroe says the Bucks have given up too many three pointers as the Raptors had 12 of them in Game Five. Guard Khris Middleton missed the Bucks’ practice Wednesday with an illness, but coach Jason Kidd expects him to play.