The Milwaukee Bucks and the Toronto Raptors will meet in the Eastern Conference Finals, with the winner of the series going to the NBA Finals to take on either the Golden State Warriors or Portland Trail Blazers.The Bucks got to this point by sweeping the Detroit Pistons in the first round and defeating the Boston Celtics in five games in the conference semifinals. It is the Bucks\u2019 first Eastern Conference Finals appearance since 2001. They lost to the Philadelphia 76ers in seven games.The Raptors have made the conference finals for the second time ever. The last time they were in the conference finals, the Raptors lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Toronto got to this point by defeating the Orlando Magic in the first round and edging out the 76ers in the second round.The Bucks haven\u2019t made an NBA Finals since 1974. The Raptors have never made an NBA Finals appearance.Here are some things you should know about this Eastern Conference Finals matchup, the series schedule and how you can watch.CLICK HERE FOR MORE NBA PLAYOFFS COVERAGE--1). Bucks looking for revenge\n Milwaukee Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo drives past Boston Celtics' Aron Baynes during the first half of Game 5 of a second-round NBA basketball playoff series Wednesday, May 8, 2019, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo\/Morry Gash)\n It\u2019s amazing what two years can do to a team. The Bucks are a completely different team than they were when they lost to the Raptors in the first round of the 2017 NBA Playoffs. Now, Milwaukee and Toronto both have perennial MVP candidates that have led their teams to the conference finals. The Bucks, however, will the ones looking to get revenge for their loss.2). Playoff experience scant\n Milwaukee Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer watches during the first half of Game 5 of a second round NBA basketball playoff series against the Boston Celtics Wednesday, May 8, 2019, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo\/Morry Gash)\n Mike Budenholzer and Nick Nurse don\u2019t have much experience when it comes to making it this far in the NBA Playoffs. Budenholzer, who last coached the Atlanta Hawks, made the Eastern Conference Finals in 2015 before getting swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Nurse only served as an assistant for the Raptors when they made the conference finals in 2016. This is his first time as a head coach.Who has the edge? Maybe Budenholzer. He served as an assistant under Gregg Popovich for many years and coached Raptors star Kawhi Leonard as well. He might know exactly how to defend the former Spurs star, thus giving Milwaukee the added advantage in the series.3). Three-point shooting a major factor\n Milwaukee Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo leaves the court after defeating the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of a second-round NBA basketball playoff series in Boston, Monday, May 6, 2019. (AP Photo\/Michael Dwyer)\n The Bucks have a powerhouse in Giannis Antetokounmpo, who can dominate the inside, but the team still likes to shoot threes as much as anyone in the NBA. Defending the three for the Raptors might prove to be difficult, even if they lock down Antetokounmpo. Milwaukee leads the conference in three-pointer made per game in postseason with 13.4, according to the Toronto Star.While the Toronto Globe & Mail noted that the Raptors have led the league in three-point percentage after they acquired Marc Gasol on Feb. 7, Toronto only shot 29.8 percent against the Sixers. Three-point shooting for both teams is definitely going to be a major key throughout the series.4). Game 1 is vital\n Toronto Raptors' Kawhi Leonard, left, drives against Philadelphia 76ers' Jimmy Butler, right, during the second half of Game 4 of a second-round NBA basketball playoff series, Sunday, May 5, 2019, in Philadelphia. The Raptors won 101-96. (AP Photo\/Chris Szagola)\n Giannis Antetokounmpo appeared to take a shot at the Boston Celtics when he told reporters, \u201cAgainst Boston, you can go down 1-0 and still be fine; but against Toronto, it's hard to be in that spot when you lose the first game in your home.\u201d The Greek Freak knows Game 1 is important.The Raptors, have three wins in 17 Game 1s, according to the Toronto Globe & Mail. The team that wins Game 1 usually has a good chance of winning the series. The Raptors previously dropped Game 1 to the Orlando Magic in the first round and won Game 1 against the Sixers in the last series.5). Who has the bench advantage?\n Philadelphia 76ers guard Jimmy Butler (23) fails to steal the ball as Toronto Raptors center Serge Ibaka (9) moves the ball down the court during first half NBA Eastern Conference semifinal action in Toronto on Sunday, May 12, 2019. (Frank Gunn\/The Canadian Press via AP)\n A deep bench for the Bucks could be what gives them the edge over the Raptors in this series. George Hill and Pat Connaughton are both key bench players that have played a major role in each of the Bucks\u2019 series in the playoffs. Hill is averaging 12.1 points and Connaughton is averaging 9.4 points. USA Today noted that the Bucks\u2019 bench players, in total, are averaging 37.4 points in the postseason.Serge Ibaka proved to be an X-factor during Toronto\u2019s Game 7 win over the Sixers, but overall the Raptors haven\u2019t been able to rely on the bench as much as they thought. Ibaka will have to build upon a solid Game 7 and players like Fred VanVleet and Norman Powell will be called upon to have better games, if the Raptors are to move onto the NBA Finals.--Bucks vs. Raptors series scheduleGame 1: May 15 @ MilwaukeeGame 2: May 17 @ MilwaukeeGame 3: May 19 @ TorontoGame 4: May 21 @ Toronto (if necessary)Game 5: May 23 @ Milwaukee (if necessary)Game 6: May 25 @ Toronto (if necessary)Game 7: May 27 @ Milwaukee (if necessary)--How to WatchGames 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 will be played at 8:30 p.m. ET. Game 3 will tip-off at 7:00 p.m. Each game can be seen on TNT.