Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 43 points and grabbed 18 boards, but the Toronto Raptors were able to win 123-116 over the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday, snapping the Bucks' five-game winning streak.
The result put Toronto back atop the Eastern Conference standings with a half-game lead on the Bucks, although the Bucks have a slightly better winning percentage. Milwaukee remains a full game ahead of Indiana for the second spot in the standings and two games ahead of Philadelphia.
Toronto got 30-point games from Kawhi Leonard and Pascal Siakam, as well as 25 points from Serge Ibaka and 21 from Fred Van Vleet.
One night after setting an NBA record with 12 players scoring eight points or more, the Bucks got six players into double figures, but other than Giannis, no Buck had more than 15.
Milwaukee will play Utah on Monday before hitting the road for five of the next six games.
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