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The Toronto Raptors schedule is where it all starts. Once the games are set by the NBA, Ticket King will have Raptors tickets available. Check the game schedule listed here and filter by opponent or game date. Once you have a game in mind, click the "Buy Tickets" button to see all ticket options and the venue map. 

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Raptors History  

By the end of the 2022-23 season, the Toronto Raptors found themselves at .500 with 41 wins and losses. The team did not make the playoffs with that record. Their road game record was the exact opposite of their home game record. On the road, the team finished 14-27, and at home, their record was 27-14. That road game record was what made it a challenge to get a playoff spot. 

Scottie Barnes played in 77 games, scoring 1179 points. He had 371 assists and scored 63 three-pointers. Fred VanVleet scored 1335 points in 69 games, totaling 2535 minutes played. 

The Toronto Raptors were playoff bound late in 2022. After a 48-34 winning record for the 2021-22 season, they entered the playoffs against the Philadelphia 76ers. The team put together a great fight but came up short. Pascal Siakam, Fred VanVleet, and Gary Trent Jr. will be ready for next season. When the time comes, they will take on great teams like the Memphis Grizzlies, Dallas Mavericks, and Utah Jazz

For years, it seemed like the Raptors produced great regular season results, but could not get over the top. A year ago that all changed. It began with the blockbuster trade last summer when the Raptors sent Demar DeRozen to the Spurs for small forward Kawhi Leonard. The Raptors then finished the regular season 58-24, which gave them the two seed in the Eastern Conference. Then once the playoffs started Kawhi Leonard gave us one of the most memorable stretches of play in sports history. During the 2019 playoffs, Leonard averaged 30.5 points and 9.1 rebounds per game. He led the Raptors to series victories over the Orlando Magic, Philadelphia 76ers, Milwaukee Bucks, and the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. For his success, Leonard left the Raptors in the offseason and signed a massive contract with the Los Angeles Clippers.

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