|2017-2018 Toronto Raptors U.S. TV schedule|
|October 23||Toronto @ San Antonio||8:30p||NBA TV|
|November 14||Toronto @ Houston||8p||NBA TV|
|December 5||Phoenix @ Toronto||7:30p||NBA TV|
|December 11||Toronto @ LA Clippers||10:30p||NBA TV|
|December 27||Toronto @ Oklahoma City||8p||NBA TV|
|January 11||Cleveland @ Toronto||8p||TNT|
|March 2||Toronto @ Washington||8p||ESPN|
|March 7||Toronto @ Detroit||8p||ESPN|
|March 21||Toronto @ Cleveland||7p||ESPN|
|March 31||Toronto @ Boston||7:30p||NBA TV|
|April 4||Boston @ Toronto||7p||ESPN|
|April 8||Orlando @ Toronto||6p||NBA TV|
Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan are still a partnership against the ongoing battle against the Cleveland Cavaliers and the rest of the NBA. Instead of falling in the NBA Eastern Conference finals, the Toronto Raptors fell in the second round to Cleveland. The team did win its first playoff series in fewer than the maximum games against Milwaukee, so there is some optimism.
The 2017-18 NBA season begins today, but the Raptors get to wait until Thursday, opening the season at the Air Canada Centre welcoming the Chicago Bulls to Canada.
The Raptors have fewer U.S. TV games this season, perhaps because of the second round finish. The only place the team airs in the 2017 calendar year is NBA TV. The team has 4 games at the Air Canada Centre, including one against Cleveland.
TSN and Rogers Sportsnet will evenly split the 82 Toronto Raptors games this season. The press release notes that all home games will air in 4K.
TSN carries the home (October 19) and road (October 23) debuts this season. The Rogers Sportsnet schedule starts October 21.
Matt Devlin, in his 10th season, handles play by play. Jack Armstrong is the colour analyst on TSN while former NBA player Leo Rautins handles colour commentary on Rogers Sportsnet.
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