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Toronto repacked in the finals of the Eastern Conferene and wins after two extensions

Toronto repacked in the finals of the Eastern Conferene and wins after two extensions

Toronto has repacked in the finals of the Eastern Conference of the NBA. The Raptors beat Milwaukee for its own public, with a 118-112, after two extensions. After the regular time there was 96-96 on the scoreboard. Milwaukee now leads with 2-1, but Toronto can on Tuesday in the private room, the position in balance.

Kawhi Leonard was (once again) of value of gold for the Canadian team. He made 36 points, including eight in the extensions. Pascal Siakam added a further 25 points. The Raptors kept the Bucks, the best team of the regular season, in check by an aggressive defense on star Giannis Antetokounmpo, who remained stuck on twelve points. The Greek grabbed 23 rebounds.

In the final, take Milwaukee or Toronto against the winner of the Western Conference. Two-time reigning champion Golden State took Saturday a 3-0 lead against Portland.