The Milwaukee Bucks used a late rally to beat Toronto Monday night 107-97 at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee.
The Raptors were up by three with 2:11 to play, but the Bucks scored the final 13 points of the game.
Charlie Bell made a three-pointer to tie it, and Charlie Villanueva hit a jumper that put Milwaukee in front for good.
The Bucks were out-shot 54-to-48 percent, but Milwaukee hit 11 three-pointers, and made 20-24 free throws. Michael Redd led the Bucks with a season-high 35 points, and Villanueva added 25. They were without center Andrew Bogut, who missed his second straight contest with back spasms.
Chris Bosh had 31 points and 11 rebounds for Toronto, which lost their fourth game in their last six.
The Bucks have won six of their last nine and they've won seven of eight at home to improve to 10-5 at the Bradley Center. The Bucks are now 17-19 overall, and will host Philadelphia Wednesday night.