Milwaukee Bucks defeat Toronto Raptors, 113-107

Ersan Ilyasova had been struggling over the past few weeks and was taken out of the starting lineup for the Milwaukee Bucks' game against Toronto on Wednesday night.

But the 6-foot-10 forward made a huge play to help the Bucks fend off the Toronto Raptors and spoil a career-best scoring night by Raptors star Chris Bosh.

Ilyasova crashed the offensive boards and tipped in a miss by guard Brandon Jennings, leading to a three-point play that sparked the Bucks to a 113-1...

 

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Chris Bosh was nearly unstoppable for the Raptors, scoring a career-high 44 points, 22 in each half. Bosh was draining jumpers and scoring inside as he hit 15 of 26 field goals and sank 14 of 15 free throws. He also had 12 rebounds for his NBA-leading 31st double-double.

PLAY OF THE GAME: The Bucks held a tenuous three-point lead when Brandon Jennings drove into the lane and put up a short shot that popped out. But forward Ersan Ilyasova was on ...