Another 50-win season and a franchise record-setting fourth straight playoff appearance wasn’t enough to make the Toronto Raptors feel that their 2016-17 season was a success.
They bowed out a round earlier than 2015-16 and put up less of a fight against Cleveland in doing so, getting swept in four straight. In the aftermath, cue the most insane off-season in league history, and the 2017-18 season could serve as a shift in the balance of power in the NBA.
In addition to the Raptors re-signing Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka, they shipped out hometown favourite Cory Joseph to Indiana and Demarre Carrol to Brooklyn. How will these moves stack up against revamped teams in Boston and Cleveland? In the West, against Golden State, Houston and Oklahoma City?
How do you keep up with the Raptors on their quest this season?
With Sportsnet NOW, we’ve got you covered for 41 Raptors games this year, available to stream on any number of devices at your fingertips.
Here’s our schedule:
*Note: This schedule is subject to change without warning. For the most up-to-date schedule for what’s on Sportsnet every day, check out www.sportsnet.ca/schedule.
Among the marquee matchups on Sportsnet’s schedule this season: two of the three matchups against King James and the new-look Cavs; Toronto’s only visit to Golden State to take on the defending champion Warriors; Toronto’s first look at Lonzo Ball and the Lakers; matchups against the newly revamped Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston Rockets; plus, 9 Atlantic Division matchups.
In addition to these 41 Raptors games, Sportsnet will also stream over 100 marquee regular season NBA games, featuring the Cleveland Cavaliers, Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Lakers, Boston Celtics, Houston Rockets, Oklahoma City Thunder and more . That’s over 150 games of hoops action in total. Sportsnet will also have half of the NBA playoffs, all the way through the NBA Finals.
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