Milwaukee Bucks defeat Toronto Raptors, 117-95

In the end, it went into the record books as a victory for the Milwaukee Bucks.

A much-needed victory, that is, for the Bucks, who had lost four straight and eight of nine.

But will Milwaukee's 117-95 decision over the Toronto Raptors at the Bradley Center on Wednesday night go down as an especially well-played game by the Bucks? That depends on what end of the court we're talking about.

Offensively, the Bucks were very good. They had seven players score in double...

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Guard Brandon Jennings sparked the Bucks late in the first quarter by scoring the team's last 11 points in the final 1 minute 36 seconds of the quarter, to give Milwaukee a seven-point lead. The Bucks extended their lead to 12 early in the second quarter and led the rest of the way.

PLAY OF THE GAME: Milwaukee's Carlos Delfino came up the game's defensive gem late in the third quarter when he soared at the rim to block a layup attempt by Toronto's ...