Raptors know they got their rears kicked by Bucks
There’s no way getting around what happened in Milwaukee on Thursday night: the Bucks hammered the Toronto Raptors to go up 2-1 in their first-round playoff series.
The Bucks got out to a 20-point lead, led by 27 at the half and by 32 after the third quarter. They won the game 104-77.
Afterward, all the Raptors could say was that they got their rears kicked by Milwaukee.
Here was Kyle Lowry:
— Zack (@QueensIceZ) April 21, 2017
PJ Tucker shared similar thoughts.
“They kicked our a–. They kicked our a–. Period. They came out and played harder, more aggressive, did everything they wanted to do,” Tucker said, via The Atlantic’s Eric Koreen.
That was an embarrassing performance from a team seeded third in the conference that won as many regular season games as the Cavaliers. They need to make a statement in Game 4 on Saturday otherwise we could see some big franchise changes this offseason.