Kyle Lowry sealed the game for the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday night. After a drive by DeMar DeRozan was unsuccessful, the Raptors guard passed the ball out to Serge Ibaka with 14 seconds left. With the Raptors up on the Milwaukee Bucks by just two points, the responsibility of ending any chance of a Milwaukee win fell to Lowry.
Ibaka quickly passed the ball off to Lowry, who drove on rookie Malcolm Brogdon.
Thanks to a crafty step back move, Lowry sunk the midrange jumper to give the Raptors a 4-point lead with just nine seconds to go.
Toronto would go on to beat the Bucks, 106-100.
The series now heads to Milwaukee with the teams tied, 1-1.