The Milwaukee Bucks come back from a 12 point deficit in the fourth quarter, but a late surge gives the Raptors a 106-100 win to tie their first round playoff series at one game apiece. DeMar DeRozan hit a jump shot to put the Raptors ahead for good with one minute and 43 seconds left — and Kyle Lowry made a 20 foot shot in the final nine seconds to seal Toronto’s victory. Bucks coach Jason Kidd says his team never gave up, and the “game could have gone either way down the stretch.” DeRozan had 23 points and Lowry scored 22 for Toronto — and Lowry came back from a sluggish Game One to score 17 in the first half on Tuesday. Giannis Antetokounmpo led Milwaukee with 24 points, 15 rebounds, and seven assists — and the best of seven series now moves to the BMO Harris Bradley Center for Game Three tomorrow (Thursday) night.