We spoke with Kyle Carr of Brew Hoop to hear the Milwaukee take on how the Eastern Conference Finals have gone so far. After a heartbreaking Raptors loss against the Bucks in Game, Kyle Carr of Brew Hoop was kind enough to answer three questions about the series:
Did the Raptors need to win this game, or was there enough encouraging play to signal a competitive series ahead?
I think this was more of a missed opportunity for Toronto than Milwaukee coming back. The Raptors were out playing Milwaukee for 3.5 quarters and failed to take advantage of the Bucks’ poor shooting. Pascal Siakam looks good and is taking advantage of being guarded by Ersan Ilyasova. I am curious to see how Eric Bledsoe plays considering what Kyle Lowry did last match and he was non-existent in the first half. This is still going to be a competitive series overall but Toronto will wish they had won Game 1.
Should the Bucks make some defensive adjustments on Kyle Lowry, or just dare him to have another game like that?
The Bucks should let him shoot the open threes that were given, but Milwaukee’s defense is OK with allowing above the break …
Author: Dylan Litman / Raptors HQ