Bucks’ Jrue Holiday scored 37 points in the win over the Raptors

Bucks guard Jr. Holiday takes a shot at Raptors forward Scotty Barnes during the second half on Tuesday night at Fiserv Forum.

The Milwaukee Bucks swept back-to-back games at the Fiserv Forum to start the week by defeating the Toronto Raptors, 130-122, on Tuesday night. Milwaukee improved to 29-16 after wins over Indiana and Toronto. The Raptors are down to 20-25.

Here are some points from the game:

Jrue Holiday takes charge to edge out Fred VanVleet, Raptors

After a night of scoring a season-high 35 points against Indiana, Jrue Holiday elevated his offensive game against Toronto with 37 points.

With Giannis Antetokounmpo out of the lineup for the last four games, Holiday averaged 27.3 points and 9.8 assists, and it really looks like he’s in the midst of his first truly healthy period of the season.

square score: Bucks 130, Raptors 122

While he concedes that without Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton on the field, he’s more dominant on the ball, his three-point shooting (25-for-55, 45%) since returning from an illness spell on January 3 shows that while he dictates pace and tries to reach To the defense teeth, he also found a rhythm from the depths.

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