TORONTO (AP) -- The Milwaukee Bucks did well at home in their last two games, so let's see how they do on the road now that Michael Redd is back in place as the scoring leader.
The Bucks play at Toronto tonight, but it's not much of a road trip.
They're due back on their home floor at the Bradley Center Sunday to play the Chicago Bulls.
Redd poured in 31 points when the Bucks beat Golden State Tuesday night.
That's his second-best since returning from a knee injury that caused him to miss 20 games.