Kyle Lowry was one of the few bright spots for the Raptors in game one on Wednesday night - scoring 30 points and hitting seven of nine three-point attempts. Lowry was the only Raptor to make a field goal in the fourth quarter, as he hit five of seven field goals while his teammates combined to go 0 for 15.
It was great to see Kyle Lowry being aggressive with his shot and contributing from the three-point line all night long. The fourth quarter was a meltdown for the rest of the team but Lowry was still able to find his shot - scoring 14 of the Raptors 17 points. The Raptors will have to re-group for game two on Friday and find a way to steal a game in Milwaukee.