Milwaukee-- Brook Lopez scored 29 points, while Giannis Antentokounmpo helped with 24 points and 14 rebounds as the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Toronto Raptors 108-100 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals. What are the odds you see the Raptors go 5-22 in the 4th quarter after leading by double-digits all game? Very slim. The Raptors will look back on tonight's game as one where they let one slip out of their grasp, especially if they lose this Eastern Conference final. Kyle Lowry showed up tonight with a vintage 30 points and eight rebounds, adding seven 3-pointers and Kawhi Leonard had an inefficient 31 points on 10-26 shooting. The team with the best record in the NBA stole the show in the fourth quarter with a 32-17 beatdown in the final 12 minutes, as they held the Raptors to 0-15 (!!!!) from the field in the 4th quarter besides Lowry who went 5-7. Antentokounmpo was held in check tonight as he struggled to find shots, which you can thank the stifling defense from Pascal Siakam and Kawhi Leonard. That was supposed to be the Raptors chance. You shut Giannis down, Lowry scores 30, you hold the Bucks to 35.7% from 3, and you still lose? That is just unacceptable if you want to win the Larry O'Brien trophy. Raptors fans have been starving for a bid in the NBA Finals since the franchise came to Toronto 24 years ago, but they might have to wait a while if the supporting cast continues to not show up offensively.