How to watch Pelicans vs. Raptors: Live scoreboard, updates as new-look Pelicans hit Toronto
The Pelicans are set to kick off a highly anticipated season against the defending champs, even with a Zion Williamson-sized hole in their hype balloon.
The team, featuring a host of new players, will be without their No. 1 overall pick for 6 to 8 weeks as he recovers from knee surgery. But they'll face the Toronto Raptors with the debut of several new key players, including guards Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart and JJ Redick, forwards Brandon Ingram and Nicolo Melli and center Derrick Favors.
It's TIMEEEEEE! You ready?- PelicansHoops (@PelicansHoops) October 22, 2019
Pelicans at Raptors to open up the 2019 season (and a ring ceremony for the reigning champs).
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They face a Raptors team fresh off the high of an NBA title, but without a star player who helped bring them there. Kawhi Leonard opted to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers in free agency. This year's Raptors are led by point guard Kyle Lowry, forward Pascal Siakam and center Marc Gasol.
Scroll below for live updates from Toronto, broadcast info to watch, listen to or stream the game and more.
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WHO: Pelicans at Raptors
WHEN: Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m.
WHERE: ScotiaBank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
RADIO: ESPN New Orleans - 100.3 FM; Baton Rouge - WRQQ 103.3 FM; Lafayette - KROF 960 AM
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