Khris Middleton led Milwaukee with 30 points and Giannis Antetokounmpo added 25.
Antetokounmpo was held below 20 points in just one other playoff game this season, and he bounced back with a 41-point effort to help Milwaukee complete a sweep of Detroit in the first round.
Drake was at his animated best, on his feet for most of the night. Now, in the span of just a few days, they've lost twice that amount. They've never come back to win a series after falling behind 0-2 in seven tries.
Game 5 takes place in Milwaukee in the early hours of Friday morning (1:30am) live on Sky Sports Arena. And much like that previous game, this was not traveling.
"It was big-time. Just everyone contributed tonight, knocking down shots, playing great defence", said Raptors star Kawhi Leonard, who contributed 19 points.
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Powell was a plus-29 on the night while VanVleet was plus-25 and Ibaka plus-24. Raptors PG Kyle Lowry was limited to 31:33 of floor time in Game 3 after fouling out. He would go on to shoot 5-for-6, connecting on all three of his shots from beyond the arc, including a bank shot from the right wing when everything seemed to be going right for the Raptors early in the fourth quarter. They were bailed out by superb games off the bench from George Hill and Malcolm Brogdon, who combined for 44 points while making seven of Milwaukee's 14 3-pointers.
The Bucks' locker room after the game was eerily silent. The Bucks pulled to within four - thanks largely to a 13-point quarter for Middleton - but the Raptors outscored Milwaukee 13-7 to the end of the quarter, and were wildly applauded as they headed to the locker-room at halftime with a 65-55 cushion. They got big performances from everyone else. Everything was easy. That's where my frustration was. "We know we have to be better. But we have to do the same s-- today again in Game 5".
When he emerged in a grey-blue tracksuit to finally sit down and answer questions, you could nearly picture him wanting to return to that vulnerable position he was just in a few minutes earlier.
Asked if he feels pressured, he replied: "No pressure".