Toronto still alive in the Eastern Conference Finals

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The Toronto Raptors stood tall in Game 3 and defeated the Milwaukee Bucks in double overtime (118-112) to trim the Bucks’ series edge to 2-1.

Toronto led for the majority of the night, but Milwaukee came back from an 11-point deficit and forced an overtime (96-96).

Things did not change much later and the Bucks forced a double overtime (103-103). But, the Raptors stepped up, outscored their opponents 15-9 and sealed the deal.

Kawhi Leonard (game-high 36 points) and Pascal Siakam (25 points) combined for 61 points for the winners. On the other hand, six players scored in double figures for the losing squad, with George Hill having a team-high 24 points.

Game 4 will be played in Toronto on Tuesday (21/05).