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Here's the complete schedule of all 41 Toronto Raptors home games this season, along with links to Ticketmaster to purchase tickets.

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    • A moment to salute the Rockets dedication to the tank.
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    • Nut huggers always gonna hug nutz.
      People give you factual stats, you have no rebuttal. Cool
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    • Nut huggers always gonna hug nutz.
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    • All these Pascal nut huggers are a joke. This guy didn’t make it in because he sucks balls. Scoring 25 a night is easy if you chuck 25 shots a game.
      He's at 47% FG %, that's considered good. You're making it out like he's the worst shooter or something. Tops amongst our starting 5
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    • He’s averaging 21.2 field goal attempts and 4.4 free throw attempts per game. So that’s almost 25 shots per game.

      Don’t be a rfd smartazz.
      Everywhere I've checked is 18.8.. And no one counts FTA as anything but FTA.
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    • Oh look the forum has a 4 year old who makes up stats.
      He’s averaging 21.2 field goal attempts and 4.4 free throw attempts per game. So that’s almost 25 shots per game.

      Don’t be a rfd smartazz.
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    • Oh look the forum has a 4 year old who makes up stats.
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    • All these Pascal nut huggers are a joke. This guy didn’t make it in because he sucks balls. Scoring 25 a night is easy if you chuck 25 shots a game.
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    • Pascal definitely got shafted, paying the price for his teammates being crappy this year.
      DeMar Bulls 24-27(10th), Haliburton Pacers 24-29(11th), SGA Thunder 24-27(13th)
      Raptors 23-30(12th)
      These teams are just as bad as Raptors, I don't think the team record was a factor.
      D.Fox got snubbed and Kings are 3rd in the WC.
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    • Pascal definitely got shafted, paying the price for his teammates being crappy this year.
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    • Am I crazy for seeing Nurse whenever I see pics of Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-François Blanchet?

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    • I know our record sucks this yr & maybe people don't follow the Raps but even if you just look at his stats, there's no way that Pascal isn't a all-star this yr. Pretty atrocious
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    • Siakam didn't make the All-Star reserves.
      I'm not totally shocked, he's not THAT good, despite few Raptor fans calling him Super Star early in the season, but Haliburton, Jrue Holiday over Siakam? Naaaaaa..., I don't know about that....
      Haliburton having great season leading league in assists per game.

      But Jrue Holiday definitely doesn't deserve to be there over Siakam.
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    • Pascal got robbed. Demar is in but Pascal isn't..
      If KD is still hurt then Pascal should get in.
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    • Siakam didn't make the All-Star reserves.
      I'm not totally shocked, he's not THAT good, despite few Raptor fans calling him Super Star early in the season, but Haliburton, Jrue Holiday over Siakam? Naaaaaa..., I don't know about that....
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    • Burn it....... Burn it to the ground.
      As of my today, my heart is only true for Siakam and Barnes.

      Sure hope Masai has been polishing his silver tongue.
      I'm definitely ready to roll the dice with some picks.
      May the (ability to) fleece be with him.
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    • 1 step closer to a nicer draft pick.
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    • Darn. Is it true that if the raptors win against the jazz tonight… Masai will sign VanVleet to a 4 year $120 million contract & not trade anyone?
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    • None of our starters want to be here.
      They all wanna be wherever they get paid what they looking for. Freddy looking for a Herro type contract, if that ain't here, then he wanna be somewhere else where he gets that, for example.

      This is not a Championship core. So it makes no sense to keep them all and tie up way more money then what's even tied up now for those guys.

      Have to make moves if we're trying to get Championship aspirations.
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    • None of our starters want to be here.
      Ouch. We going back to this.
      Raptors separation anxiety.

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    • None of our starters want to be here.
      Or maybe all of our starters want to be here.

      Sure is fun inventing reality.
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    • I'd prefer to keep him but it appears he may no longer want to be here.
      None of our starters want to be here.
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    • Their picks are all protected and very limited. And do you really want to send OG to a rival in the east? Only way I consider it is if RJ Barrett is included.

      It’s widely believed the New York Knicks are the team that is prepared to offer three future first-round picks for Anunoby, but the quality of those picks isn’t exactly high-end: They have picks belonging to Dallas, Washington and Detroit that are top-10 protected, top-14 protected and top-18 protected, respectively.

      https://www.sportsnet.ca/nba/article/wh ... e-preview/
      I'd prefer to keep him but it appears he may no longer want to be here.
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    • 3 future 1st round picks are believed to be the offer for OG from the Knicks according to Grange.
      Their picks are all protected and very limited. And do you really want to send OG to a rival in the east? Only way I consider it is if RJ Barrett is included.

      It’s widely believed the New York Knicks are the team that is prepared to offer three future first-round picks for Anunoby, but the quality of those picks isn’t exactly high-end: They have picks belonging to Dallas, Washington and Detroit that are top-10 protected, top-14 protected and top-18 protected, respectively.

      https://www.sportsnet.ca/nba/article/wh ... e-preview/
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    • OG rumours are flying right now. I think he's getting traded while VanVleet, Trent, and Siakam stays.
      3 future 1st round picks are believed to be the offer for OG from the Knicks according to Grange.
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    • OG rumours are flying right now. I think he's getting traded while VanVleet, Trent, and Siakam stays.
      If we lose tonight, I think Masai is going to sell. If we win, another year of indecision.
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    • OG rumours are flying right now. I think he's getting traded while VanVleet, Trent, and Siakam stays.
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    • Didnt sac make some big moves? They got good depth. Perhaps Terrence Davis is just a 15 minute per game kinda guy over there.

      He’d be a sharp shooting ace on the raptors though. Lol
      Sacramento has good depth, but also wasted talent. Davion Mitchel sees no time at all, but was amazing when Fox was injured. He'd be good on the Raptors but Nurse would give him even less minutes and then we'd all think he sucks.
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    • Since the Jan 13 game when he scored 22 they have really cut down his mins, is he hurt? Maybe they are looking to move him.
      Didnt sac make some big moves? They got good depth. Perhaps Terrence Davis is just a 15 minute per game kinda guy over there.

      He’d be a sharp shooting ace on the raptors though. Lol
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    • Yah… i mean… sucks for basketball and the organization. He would have been great off the bench. Look @ him now scoring double digits averages!

      But its great for humanity. Raptors didnt let a woman beater on the team. He didnt get a free pass for being good @ bball.

      Actually… he looks pretty injured these days.
      Since the Jan 13 game when he scored 22 they have really cut down his mins, is he hurt? Maybe they are looking to move him.
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    • Yup, you can see it almost every time a non-core player steps on the floor and is an immediate scoring liability leading to opponent runs. It brings me back to the Terrence Davis dilemma, the decision to have him walk for nothing hurt us because we didn't replace his double digit scoring with anyone reliable. You need 5 guys coming off the bench now who defend and are also consistent scoring threats.
      Yah… i mean… sucks for basketball and the organization. He would have been great off the bench. Look @ him now scoring double digits averages!

      But its great for humanity. Raptors didnt let a woman beater on the team. He didnt get a free pass for being good @ bball.

      Actually… he looks pretty injured these days.
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    • I hate to shit on the raptors. Not saying this out of malice or just to trash on them. But remember when Westbrook said “He trick yall…”.

      Maybe the Raptors trick y’all. The way they play with ferocious defence. They had to try and try with all their might and effort to exceed expectations last year. It looked scary and imposing. Its frustrating to play against.
      But maybe they got exposed.
      Everyone caught on. They thought “hey…. They don’t really have any depth! They’re playing starters 42 minutes a game. All we have to do is PULVERIZE their starting lineup. Tire them out. Their bench sucks. Just pulverize their bench too. Ez win.”
      Yup, you can see it almost every time a non-core player steps on the floor and is an immediate scoring liability leading to opponent runs. It brings me back to the Terrence Davis dilemma, the decision to have him walk for nothing hurt us because we didn't replace his double digit scoring with anyone reliable. You need 5 guys coming off the bench now who defend and are also consistent scoring threats.
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    • Something of significance definitely needs to happen. Coaching change, core player trade, something, anything. This is nothing like last year's second half Raptors.
      I hate to shit on the raptors. Not saying this out of malice or just to trash on them. But remember when Westbrook said “He trick yall…”.

      Maybe the Raptors trick y’all. The way they play with ferocious defence. They had to try and try with all their might and effort to exceed expectations last year. It looked scary and imposing. Its frustrating to play against.
      But maybe they got exposed.
      Everyone caught on. They thought “hey…. They don’t really have any depth! They’re playing starters 42 minutes a game. All we have to do is PULVERIZE their starting lineup. Tire them out. Their bench sucks. Just pulverize their bench too. Ez win.”
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    • A play in spot is still not out of reach. Still giving it a go could be a detrimental factor for some players.
      Do any of the starters have performance bonuses in their contracts?

      Once they go bench, which you know is quite awful, then they are all in for the tank.

      I prefer to hope the media stories of players wanting out are baloney, but there is a part of me that fears there is some truth. OG offered clarification, but it seemed more marketing boilerplate neutral than an exclamation of love.

      At this point, I'd be very dissapointed if nothing happens before trade deadline. The formula needs new ingredients.
      Something of significance definitely needs to happen. Coaching change, core player trade, something, anything. This is nothing like last year's second half Raptors.
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    • I don't. But if you're not winning games, playing your stars beyond excessive (and leading the league in minutes, I do consider excessive) is simply increasing the risk for potential injury, with nothing to show.

      Yeah, you can say the bench sucks, sure. But then if you're not getting the W anyways, what difference does it make.

      Of course there's a bit of hindsight here. But even like that game against Milwaukee with the massive comeback to force OT. Okay if you had the "game is over mentality", then the comeback never would have happened. Was there a learning experience for the players perhaps. In the grand scheme of the season and how it was going was that the difference maker, I don't think it was.

      I am always of the mindset, throw the bench guys out there 15 minutes in that situation, those would have benefitted them more in the long run.
      A play in spot is still not out of reach. Still giving it a go could be a detrimental factor for some players.
      Do any of the starters have performance bonuses in their contracts?

      Once they go bench, which you know is quite awful, then they are all in for the tank.

      I prefer to hope the media stories of players wanting out are baloney, but there is a part of me that fears there is some truth. OG offered clarification, but it seemed more marketing boilerplate neutral than an exclamation of love.

      At this point, I'd be very dissapointed if nothing happens before trade deadline. The formula needs new ingredients.
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    • Star players are used to playing that many minutes per game anyway.

      Chicago runs a much older DeMar DeRozan out there for about the same number of minutes per game.
      Kyrie Irving plays that many. So does 38 year old LeBron.

      Only teams that have enough depth to hand over a lead to the bench like Golden State or Milwaukee rest their players.

      I don't. But if you're not winning games, playing your stars beyond excessive (and leading the league in minutes, I do consider excessive) is simply increasing the risk for potential injury, with nothing to show.

      Yeah, you can say the bench sucks, sure. But then if you're not getting the W anyways, what difference does it make.

      Of course there's a bit of hindsight here. But even like that game against Milwaukee with the massive comeback to force OT. Okay if you had the "game is over mentality", then the comeback never would have happened. Was there a learning experience for the players perhaps. In the grand scheme of the season and how it was going was that the difference maker, I don't think it was.

      I am always of the mindset, throw the bench guys out there 15 minutes in that situation, those would have benefitted them more in the long run.
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    • How do you know that there isn't a "give me the minutes and I will stay with you" agreement between Masai, Nurse, and Siakam?
      I don't. But if you're not winning games, playing your stars beyond excessive (and leading the league in minutes, I do consider excessive) is simply increasing the risk for potential injury, with nothing to show.

      Yeah, you can say the bench sucks, sure. But then if you're not getting the W anyways, what difference does it make.

      Of course there's a bit of hindsight here. But even like that game against Milwaukee with the massive comeback to force OT. Okay if you had the "game is over mentality", then the comeback never would have happened. Was there a learning experience for the players perhaps. In the grand scheme of the season and how it was going was that the difference maker, I don't think it was.

      I am always of the mindset, throw the bench guys out there 15 minutes in that situation, those would have benefitted them more in the long run.
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