In the final clash with their neighbors from the north, the Bucks snatched up one of their more hollow victories of the season. Despite the escapades of Ersan Ilyasova (19 points, 6/10 FG, 5 rebounds) and Brandon Jennings ( 25 points, 9/23 FG) the Bucks' playoff fates were already being sealed miles away in New Jersey, where the 76ers clinched the playoffs with a win. Milwaukee managed a comeback from being down 14 in the third quarter, but it was not an efficient offensive display. James Johnson posted 22 points with13 rebounds for Toronto, and Ed David chipped in 11 boards. With the playoffs no longer an option, the Bucks will look forward towards what promises to be another active off season, with the future of key personnel in doubt.
Notes: JS: Bucks face decisions on Hammond, Skiles / OnMilwaukee: Bucks falter again, questions arise / TBJ: Stephen Jackson went to Sea World and it was amazing / FS: Bucks miss playoffs for third time in four years