What scares me about the bucks – I mean, beyond all-world Janis, and their highly-rated offense and defense – is just the number of players on the team that could be deemed raptor killers. Think about it. We know, for example, that Giannis Antetokounmpo is going to do stuff today at Milvoke; And we can convince Erik Heydsoe and Christine Middleton to be right here. They are the best player team. The rest though? I'm still worried.
Look at that header image up there. This is a picture of Pascal Siaqam trying to slow down Ersan Ilyasova. I don't know if he managed to do so, but I know that IlyaSova is one of the more inexplicable members of the Raptor Killer Club. Ask anyone. Then add the list: The Weird Duo of Tony Snel (because of his former relation to the Bulls) and Thon Maker (who had all the best nights of his career against Toronto). Finally, let's throw it into deep baker George Hill, because he's done a number on cool laurel in the past, and always seems to have a powerful game against the wraps. That's four guys! It's just not beautiful.
The raptors are facing a battle again today. It seems, despite a switch workout earlier today, Lori will No, no Play tonight in Milwokee. Not surprisingly, but a tad disappointing. Hopefully he's patient, so all the way back (not exactly intended) when he finally gets the floor. The mortgage situation in Toronto is very much the same as it was this morning – stubborn, manageable, and something to overcome.
Green: "There are things we probably need to remove in the bud soon. I think it happens with time & patience, but also with health. I think we're also patient at times and waiting. Right off & fix it Problems of ASAP, regardless of what's good. "
– Josh Lewenberg (@ JLew1050) January 4, 2019
Danny Green is beautiful on this morning's raptors, saying they are ready for the All Star break: "It's like watching some of the movie, we go through the motions a little bit, not being sharp, The way we should or should not be ready is coming out. "
– ((Eric Korea))) January 5, 2019
Something to keep in mind: A win tonight for the bucks would sound the Tiebreaker in favor of Milwaukee. Toronto probably does No, no Want to happen. The top seed is at stake!
Here's said preview of Raptors-Bucks. Below are your updated game details. Now, let's watch.
Where to watch:
8:30 PM on Sportsnet ONE (SN1)
Toronto – Fred Wenceslas, Danny Green, Caihi Leonard, Pascal Siacam, Serge Ibaca
Milwaukee – Eric Bledsoe, Malcolm Brogdon, Khris Middleton, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Brook Lopez
Toronto – Kyle Loury (Sore Back – Doubtful), Jonas Walnut (Handout)
Milwaukee – Nobody, the dang son of a guns.