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Raptors-Bucks: Toronto Edges Victory To Go 3-0

TJ ZwarychSenior Writer INovember 2, 2008

The Toronto Raptors are now 3-0 for the first time since the 2004 season, edging out the Milwaukee Bucks in a tight up-and-down game to stay undefeated.

Jose Calderon played a fantastic game on Saturday as he set a new career high in points with 25 while also adding nine assists and five rebounds The Spainard also hit a very clutch three near the end of the game to take the lead.

Chris Bosh looked like his all-star self as he had 20 points, 10 rebounds and six assists.  I am really impressed with a big man like that getting six assists in a game. It shows he is being a team player and not forcing up shots when he shouldn't.

Jason Kapono was the only bench player who scored any points for the Raptors with 9. Moon was the 3rd leading scorer for the Raptors with 15.  Jermaine O'Neal had a decent game with 11 points and eight rebounds and Anthony Parker matched his career high in steals that he set earlier this year with 4, also adding 11 points.

Michael Redd was the leading scorer for the Bucks with 19 but he also missed a very critical shot in the corner near the end of the game that would have tied it up.

There were three other Bucks in double figures as Bogut had 14 points and nine boards, Sessions had 12 points and 9 assists. Villanueva tried to pick up his intensity this game as he had 16 points but only 5 rebounds. 

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