The Milwaukee Bucks only went 23-18 at home in the regular season, so they may not get much of an advantage tonight (Thursday) when they host Toronto. The BMO Harris Bradley Center will host at least Games Three and Four of Milwaukee’s first round series with the Raptors, which is tied at one apiece after Toronto took Game Two by six in Canada Tuesday night. Coach Jason Kidd says the Bucks need to be the “desperate and aggressive team,” and having the home court is no guarantee after top seeded Boston lost its first two at home to eighth seeded Chicago. Veteran guard Jason Terry says the Bucks will need “precise execution,” but he says that having a “rowdy, loud” supportive crowd can be a help.