As part of the launch of Sportsnet 1 today, Rogers announced they acquired 35 games, of which at least 23 will be on the new Sportsnet 1 channel and the remainder on the full Sportsnet regional network.
I'm taking it that the rest of the games wind up split between TSN and Raptors NBA TV, as CBC is gone and rumor is The Score is losing their allotment of games.Rogers Sportsnet and Rogers Sportsnet ONE are pleased to announce they have reached an agreement with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment to broadcast 35 Toronto Raptors games each of the next three seasons.
Rogers Sportsnet ONE, a new 24-hour digital channel which launches on August 14th, will televise a minimum of 23 games for the 2010-2011 season, while the remaining games will be broadcast on Rogers Sportsnet. The Rogers Sportsnet ONE and Rogers Sportsnet schedules will be released later this summer.
In addition, the Sportsnet group of channels will broadcast at least 35 other regular-season NBA games plus 22 playoff games each year. The schedules for these games will be announced at a later date.