Yuta Watanabe sank two 3-point shots to the Raptors, winning at home and stopping Bucks’ winning streak at 8-Basketball Count |

Watanabe has a foul and the playtime does not increase.

Fred VanVleet led the offense with 29 points in Game High, and the Raptors brought to the low-score game won 97-93 in the match against the Raptors on December 2nd. In Bucks, Janis Adetokumbo, who showed great success with 40 points, 12 rebounds and 9 assists in the Hornets game the day before, missed due to pain in his right calf and could not fill the hole, and the winning streak stopped at 8.

Yuta Watanabe, who came into play early in the second quarter, attacked from the transition and got a shoot foul, but missed both free throws. Still, when the team defense worked and brought it into a running deployment, it sank the corner three from the transition and helped the 7-0 run. With 6 minutes remaining in the final quarter, Watanabe contributed to the victory by scoring 6 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist and 1 steal, including a successful corner three, even in a tense situation where he was pressed by 3 points. The defense, which is the best weapon, was not bad at all, but even though Jrue Holiday and Khris Middleton were able to hit a tough shot, they were able to make a shot, committed three individual fouls, and the playtime was sluggish at 10 minutes. ..

The Raptors continue to miss major players such as OG Anunoby and Chem Birch, but Gary Trent Jr.’s return in the match should be a tailwind. On the other hand, Bucks, whose winning streak has stopped, has been withdrawn indefinitely after Brook Lopez had a back surgery, and Adetokumbo was also injured and suffered from a difficult kitchen situation. DeMarcus Cousins, who made his debut against Hornets, is expected to work hard.



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