Raptors Vs. Bucks Live Stream: Watch NBA Playoff Game 3 Online. The Raptors have been absolutely worked by the
Bucks in the first two games of the Eastern Conference Finals, outscored by a total of 30 points including a cumulative -20 in the fourth quarters. Of course, from Milwaukee’s perspective, this dominance is nothing new. To this point in the playoffs, they’ve outscored opponents by an average of 15.1 points per 100 possessions, nearly 10 points more than the next closest team, the Golden State Warriors. Kawhi Leonard has continued to put up huge point totals for the Raptors but Milwaukee’s defense has made it much tougher on him, holding Leonard to 45.5 percent from the field and 22.2 percent on 3-pointers. Other than Kyle Lowry’s strong Game 1, he hasn’t had much help though. Pascal Siakam is shooting under 40 percent for the series and Marc Gasol and Danny Green have combined to make just 5-of-17 3-pointers. For Toronto to pick up their first win of the series, they’ll need their defense to do a better job holding down Milwaukee’s supporting cast and they’ll need their own role players to finally step up and start knocking down shots.For Milwaukee, everything appears to be working, with their depth suffocating Toronto and picking things up for anyone having a tough shooting night. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals may not have been the prettiest game of basketball we've seen in the playoffs, but it sure was one of the most dramatic. After over three hours of action, the Toronto Raptors escaped with a 118-112 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks in double overtime. The series now stands 2-1 in favor of Milwaukee. Missed shots, turnovers and fouls were the key story through most of the game, as neither team played particularly well. The Raptors played a bit better, though, and built up a double-digit lead that they carried into the early part of the third quarter. But Toronto never seemed in full control of the action, and because they couldn't pull away, Milwaukee started to work its way back into the game. Late in the fourth quarter, Khris Middleton got inside for a big put-back of his own miss to tie the game and send it to overtime. At the end of that extra frame, George Hill hit two free throws to tie it once again, and after Kawhi Leonard missed a potential game winner, things went to double overtime. Early in that frame, Giannis Antetokounmpo fouled out, and it quickly went downhill for the Bucks. They couldn't figure things out on the offensive end down the stretch, and the Raptors held on for the crucial win. Leonard was immense for the Raptors, scoring 36 points and playing 52 out of 58 minutes. His steal and dunk to put the Raptors up three with under two minutes to play in the second overtime was particularly big. On the Bucks' side, the Greek Freak struggled his way to a 5-of-16 shooting performance, and was held to just 12 points, his lowest output of the postseason. Milwaukee defense allowed only two other Raptors to break into double figures, and none other than Leonard topped 20 points as Milwaukee took another step toward what appears destined to be their first NBA Finals appearance in 45 years, and will look to take one more in the game that will live stream from Canada. To find out how to watch a live stream of the Milwaukee Bucks vs. Toronto Raptors third game of their NBA Eastern Conference final series, see the streaming information at the bottom of this article. The matchup north of the border gets underway at 7 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time at the 19,800-seat Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Sunday, May 19. That start time is 4 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time, 6 p.m. Central. In the United Kingdom, tipoff time for the Bucks-Raptors semifinal series Game Three will be midnight, British Summer Time, on Sunday night.