Milwaukee Bucks: Grades From 106-100 Loss To Toronto Raptors

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Moose was very good in this game. Simply put, he scored extremely efficiently and had a good all-around performance. In 22 minutes of action, Monroe put up 18 points on 6-9 shooting from the field and 6-6 shooting from the free throw line. In both games of the series so far, Monroe has been a force in the paint and he should continue to be aggressive as the series progresses. He was not the rebounding machine in this game as he was in Game 1, but that shouldn’t detract too much from the offensive show he put on.. Center. Milwaukee Bucks. GREG MONROE. B+

Delly really seemed off just about all night. He made a few nice passes and played solid defense, but also finished just 3-11 from the field and 1-4 from deep. Not only did Dellavedova miss often, but when he missed, he tended to miss badly. He had a couple of shots that barely drew iron and his floater just wasn’t there in this game. #PlayoffDelly was not in full effect in this one, especially when he missed a wide-open three late in the fourth quarter at what was a critical juncture. With both Outback Jesus and the President Guard struggling from the floor, it was not a good offensive game for the Milwaukee point guards.. Point Guard. Milwaukee Bucks. MATTHEW DELLAVEDOVA. C-

MIRZA TELETOVIC. F. So far this series, <a rel=. Power Forward. Milwaukee Bucks

Milwaukee Bucks. JASON TERRY. B+. With only six total minutes, it’s hard to accurately assess <a rel=. Point Guard

C-. In six minutes, Hawes went 1-2 and finished with two points, one rebound, and one assist. Not too bad, but he also picked up two fouls during that stretch. With Monroe and Thon playing well so far, it is hard to imagine Hawes seeing more than 10 minutes in a game during the playoffs.. Center. Milwaukee Bucks. SPENCER HAWES