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Bucks Hope To Keep Up Strong Defense In Game Two

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Bucks Hope To Keep Up Strong Defense In Game Two

(Toronto, ON)  —  The Milwaukee Bucks will try to take a surprising two games to none lead in their N-B-A first round playoff series tonight (Tuesday) at Toronto. The sixth seeded Bucks turned heads by holding the Number three Raptors to just 20-percent shooting in the second half of a 14 point Milwaukee victory on Saturday. The Bucks only had five official blocked shots in Game One, but their flying arms misdirected a number of other Toronto shots. Raptors’ All Star DeMar DeRozan says he was surprised to see Milwaukee’s aggressive defense — something Bucks’ coach Jason Kidd always preaches but does not always get from his players. DeRozan calls Game Two a “must win” for the Raptors, before the best of seven Eastern Conference quarterfinal set moves to Milwaukee for Games Three and Four Thursday night and Saturday

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