Get your Toronto Raptors Tickets to see the only Canadian team in the NBA. They have a lot to live up to and they sure do a great job! After all, it’s not easy playing in the tough Atlantic Division. But for a young team, the Raptors have proven to be a steady offensive threat with a speedy backcourt and powerful frontcourt. Take a trip to Air Canada Centre, a world-class venue in downtown Toronto. With Raptors tickets in hand, enjoy watching the greatest basketball players in the world. Amazing dunks, no-look passes, and three-point bombs! Enjoy a real night out on the town. Razorgator has the best selection of Toronto Raptors Tickets for all home and away games. Check out the Raptors schedule and purchase your raptors tickets today.
Learn more about our 100% Guarantee »
Toronto Raptors 2014 News and Updates
4/7/14 - April 2 in Toronto saw the Harden vs. DeRozan show, which was won by Toronto’s DeMar DeRozan, as the Raptors outgunned the visiting Houston Rockets 107-103. DeRozan went for 29 points (one more than Houston’s James Harden), six rebounds, four assists, and a pair of steals; Jonas Valanciunas and Greivis Vasquez each tallied 15 points for the Raptors as well, with Vasquez also handing out eight assists. Terrence Ross nearly had a double-double, scoring 14 points while clearing nine boards. Kyle Lowry, who is out with an ankle injury, was indicated by Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment chief Tim Leiweke as likely to be re-signed by the Raptors, in an interview with the CBC.
3/28/14 - On a night when just one bench player – backup point guard Greivis Vasquez – scored points (seven, in 17 minutes of playing time), the starters got the job done, knocking off Boston at the TD Garden, 99-90, on March 26. Three Raptors – Terrence Ross (24), Kyle Lowry (23) and DeMar DeRozan (20) – broke the 20-point plateau, while Jonas Valanciunas’s 15 points and Amir Johnson’s 10 points accounted for the rest of Toronto’s scoring. Valanciunas combined his offensive output with 14 rebounds for the lone Raptor double-double on the night; while Chuck Hayes didn’t register any points scored (0-for-4 from the field), he contributed six boards and three blocks on the scoresheet.
3/21/14 - After dropping a pair of fairly close games – at home to Phoenix and on the road to Atlanta – the Toronto Raptors’ DeRosan and Lowry Show put it together for a methodical 107-100 win over New Orleans, back home in the Air Canada Centre. DeMar DeRozan’ 31 points led all scorers, also contributing three rebounds, three steals and four assists; while Kyle Lowry chipped in 23 points, eight rebounds, five assists and a pair of steals. Tyler Hansbrough led the Raptors’ rebounding with seven offensive and six defensive for a total of 13 on the night.
3/14/14 - The Toronto Raptors might be the most unheralded playoff contender in the league at the moment. Currently in third place in the Eastern Conference overall standings, the Raptors are also well back (10 games) of Indiana and Miami, the cream of the Eastern crop and the two likely Finals contenders in the East. The Raptors, who have won four of their last five, rebounded after a difficult loss to division contenders Brooklyn, defeating Detroit handily 101-87. DeMar DeRosan once again led Toronto’s scoring effort, this time hanging 25 on the Pistons, while Amir Johnson chipped in 20 and Kyle Lowry added 19. Jonas Valanciunas led Toronto’s rebounding effort with 13 boards, part of a 54-39 rebounding advantage.
3/10/14 - After dropping an epic three-overtime contest to Washington to close out February, the Toronto Raptors returned to winning to start off March on the right foot. The Raptors held off Golden State 104-98 on March 2, their first victory in eight tries against Golden State. DeMar DeRozan lit up the Golden State defense for 32 points and handed out six assists, while Kyle Lowry picked up 13 points and eight assists. Defensively, the Raptors forced Warriors point guard Stephen Curry into six turnovers, four in the fourth quarter alone; forward Amir Johnson brought down nine rebounds.
3/3/14 - Despite a 34 point effort by DeMar DeRozan and 26 points from Greivis Vasquez coming off the bench, the Toronto Raptors dropped a tough 134-129 contest to Washington on February 27. Kyle Lowry fell just one rebound short of a triple double – 18 points, 10 assists, and nine rebounds – and Jonas Valanciunas collected 10 rebounds for the Raptors, who continue to hold down the third slot in the Eastern Conference playoff race, though still well behind front runners Indiana and Miami. The loss also broke a three game winning streak.
2/21/14 - Toronto was represented at the NBA’s All Star Game this past weekend by guard DeMar DeRozan, who performed admirably for the East in scoring eight points along with three rebounds and two assists in 15 minutes of court time. Coming out of the break, however, the Raptors, third in the East, faltered in a narrow 94-92 loss to the Chicago Bulls. DeRozan, however, was the star of the game, going for 32 points to lead all scorers.
2/11/14 - After dropping a pair of contests to Sacramento and the Los Angeles Clippers on a brief trip to the West Coast, the Toronto Raptors returned home and returned to winning ways as well, defeating the New Orleans Pelicans 108-101. The Raptors win was led by DeMar DeRosan’s 22 points, which is right at his team-leading scoring average. Kyle Lowry, who has been the subject of some recent trade deadline rumors, contributed 19 points and 12 assists to the Raptor win.
2/4/14 - Not known in their history as a team that wins on the road, this season the Toronto Raptors are aiming for new standards in competitiveness away from the Air Canada Centre. So far the Raptors have 14 road wins – two more than at home in Toronto to date – including their latest victory over Utah in Salt Lake City at the beginning of the week. They’re aiming for their high-water mark of 20 road wins, set in the 2000-01 season; along the way they have broken losing streaks of eight games against Milwaukee, nine against the Denver Nuggets, and most impressively, a 10-game skid against the once-mighty Los Angeles Lakers.
3/8/14 - The Toronto Raptors may be in last place in the Atlantic Division, but they look like a squad with a lot of potential going forward. The Raptors young lineup featuring Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan, Andrew Bargnani, and Jonas Valanciunas was significantly boosted by the addition of Rudy Gay who they acquired from the Memphis Grizzlies mid-season. Gay has played well for the Raptors so far, averaging 21 points and over six rebounds per game, and the future looks bright. The team is out of the NBA Playoffs right now, but look for them to finish strong and challenge for a spot in the postseason next year.
The Raptors have the cheapest away ticket of any team in the NBA, averaging $85 at the beginning of the season. The Raptors are the only Canadian team in the NBA so local road trips might include Divisional games in New York against the Brooklyn Nets or New York Knicks. Raptors fans will pay $13 more per ticket on average at the Air Canada Centre (also home to the Toronto Maple Leafs). In comparison, preseason Toronto Raptors tickets cost about half that of the regular season. However, the Raptors preseason roster did not include Gay. Many games in the second half of the season on the Raptors schedule have cheap Raptors tickets available with get-in prices under $20.
Toronto Raptors 2013-2014 Season
Raptors ticket prices have skyrocketed over the last year; up 144%, you’ll pay an average of $246 this season to watch Toronto at Air Canada Centre. The jump in price
is the fifth largest in league, and puts the Raptors on this list of top 5 most expensive teams in the NBA
. As we saw with Jonas Valanciunas at the end of last season and into the summer, this teams has a ton of potential. The lineup is full of underrated players ready to aggressively compete for a spot in the NBA Playoffs. To help build excitement, the Raptors are turning to their new global ambassador, Drake
. The rapper has his hometown inspired and ready for the 2013-14 season. It always helps to have some flashy players on the court like Terrence Ross who is the reigning NBA Slam Dunk Contest Champion.
After finishing four games out of the playoffs in 2012-13, the Raptors will continue the rebuilding process this season under new General Manager Masai Ujiri. After the front office shake-up and failing to make the playoffs in his first three years in Toronto, Dwane Casey may be on the coaching hot seat this season. To save his job, the Raptors will need a strong first full season from swingman Rudy Gay, consistency in guard DeMar Derozan, and a breakout season from 2013 Summer League MVP Jonas Valanciunas. The Raptors open the 2013-14 season on 10/30 at the Air Canada Centre against the Celtics.