(WNFL) - The Milwaukee Bucks will try to end a five-game losing streak tonight, when they play the Raptors in Toronto. The Bucks will also try to avoid being the first team in the N-B-A to lose 30 games this season. Milwaukee's the only team with single-digit victories at 7-and-29. Orlando has lost 27 games, two fewer than the Bucks. Philadelphia and Boston have 25 losses each. The Raptors are 18-and-17 -- and they're 11-and-4 since they traded Rudy Gay to Sacramento on December ninth in exchange for four players including former Buck John Salmons. Toronto has won four straight on its home floor. They'll try to make it five straight at home first the first time since January second of last year. The Raptors are coming off a 96-to-80 home win over Brooklyn on Saturday night. The Bucks are coming off a 16-point loss at Oklahoma City. They expect to get forward-and-center John Henson back tonight. The second-year pro has missed seven games with a high-ankle sprain.