Another close game almost cost the Raptors a reasonable shot at winning the series as going down 2-0 and having to travel away from home would have almost certainly meant destruction for their playoff run. The first quarter was the closest part of the game as there were a couple of lead changes and by halftime the Bucks were only down by three points. In the second half the Raptors took off in the beginning while the Bucks went over 3 minutes without a basket. The lead swelled to 13 points before the Bucks started making waves to get it back to a close game. Eventually it was not enough as Kyle Lowry finally woke up and had 22 points off of 12 shots. Between Lowry and DeRozan, the Raptors looked like they were never going to give up their lead. The Raptors end up taking Game 2 in a close one 106-100.