TORONTO, CANADA (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Bucks clinched the season's worst-record in the N-B-A, and the top spot in the Draft Lottery, after losing at Toronto Monday night 110-100. Had the Bucks won, they still would have secured the league's worst mark after Philadelphia nailed down the second-to-last spot with a five-point home win over Boston. Milwaukee is now 15-66. The Bucks lost their 14th straight away from home, ending their road season at 5-36. Toronto set a new team record with its 48th victory. The Raptors rested All-Star guard DeMar DeRozan, as they keep hanging on to the Number-three playoff spot in the East. Greivis Vasquez filled in and scored 25 points - giving him 51 in two games against Milwaukee this month. Toronto led by 22 in the second quarter before the Bucks chipped away. The Raptors led by six with with 6:14 left. But Milwaukee guard Ramon Sessions got a technical foul, and Toronto then went on a 12-3 run to take control. Sessions led Milwaukee with 21 points. Brandon Knight scored 18 as he returned from a hip injury. The Raptors went 4-0 against Milwaukee this season, after starting the year with 10 straight losses to the Bucks. Milwaukee will close out its season Wednesday night at home against Atlanta.
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