This was not Dwane Casey's finest day in the coaching box, or just about anyone in Raptors colours, actually. In the latest "biggest game in franchise history" Casey's Raptors instead laid the biggest first-half egg in NBA conference finals history.
It couldn't really get any better from deep in that hole, and it didn't, on the way to a 38-point defeat that puts Toronto's season one loss away from extinction.
But beyond getting pwned by a courtside fan (which merely evens the score for Drake's incessant hectoring at the ACC) and by the Cavs, Casey was left blindsided by a report from The Toronto Sun's Steve Simmons that two of his players, Demarre Carroll and Corey Joseph, were spotted "just before 2 in the morning" at Cleveland's downtown casino the night before and morning of the biggest game.
As Simmons notes, the Raptors were equal-opportunity offenders – it's not like Carroll and JosephRead More »from Raptors head coach Dwane Casey gets pawned by a fan – and his own players