Games are spaced two days apart, with the first on Wednesday, May 15.
But in reality, neither of these franchises has been to an NBA Finals since 1974.
In fact, the Toronto Raptors have never been there, losing out to LeBron's Cavs team at this stage three years ago.
The Bucks will go in to the encounters as slight favorites, having overcome the Pistons and then destroying the Boston Celtics.
It was an extraordinary buzzer-beater from Kawhi Leonard that sent his Toronto Raptors through in game seven of the Eastern Conference semi-final against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Can they finally make their very first Finals in the franchise's relatively young 24 year history?