Toronto – The Toronto Raptors will play nine games this season, which will be nationally televised in the United States.
The Raptors announced their 2022-23 season schedule on Thursday. Some of the highlights include two games each on ESPN and TNT, and his other five games on NBATV.
The Raptors will host the Cleveland Cavaliers on his October 19th, kicking off his 28th NBA season. It will be his 11th consecutive start at home and the 22nd in team history. Their first road game will be in Brooklyn on October 21st.
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Other season highlights include LeBron James and his December 7 homecoming with the Los Angeles Lakers. includes the date of The Raptors will host the NBA champion Golden States Warriors on December 18, and last year's MVP Nikolajokic and the Denver Nuggets on March 14.
Former Raptors star Kyle his Lowry and Miami his Heat will visit Toronto's Scotiabank his arena twice, November 16th and his March 28th.
The eighth annual Giants of Africa Game, celebrating the life of Nelson Mandela, is December 5 vs. Boston.
Thursday's NBA schedule will feature four games, two home and two away.
The Raptors' longest homestand was six games from January 4 to 14, and his longest away trip was seven games from January 25 to February 5. Two backs this season is two less than last season.
Home games start Monday through Friday at 7:30. Saturday games start at 5pm, 7pm, 7:30pm or 8pm. Sunday games finish at 1:00, 3:00, 3:30 or 6:00 pm.
The Canadian broadcast schedule will be announced at a later date.
This Canadian Press report was first published on August 17, 2022.
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