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Are the Toronto Raptors making a change for change's sake? Thoughts on decision to fire assistant coaches

On Monday evening, reports surfaced that the Raptors had parted ways with two of their four main assistant coaches, Bill Bayno and Tom Sterner. And now everything is fixed. 854 more words


Two Toronto Raptors' assistant coaches fired

TORONTO – A pair of Raptors assistant coaches have paid for Toronto’s poor playoff performance.

Tom Sterner and Bill Bayno have been fired from Dwane Casey’s coaching staff, a league source confirmed Monday night. 145 more words


Quick Hitters: Head Coach Edition

By: Dan Grant

Head coaches have varying degrees of importance in sports. The NFL is probably the sport where a coach can single-handedly affect a game to the greatest degree, due to the intense amount of preparation for each game and the control over play-calling the game affords them from the sidelines. 1,789 more words


Dwane Casey Back For Another Season

That number five Raptors coach Dwane Casey is holding up can now mean he’s back for a fifth season in Toronto.

And while some may be happy to keep a coach who’s helped lead this team to back-to-back playoff appearances they should also realize their ceiling has already been reached and next season probably won’t be any better. 238 more words


Toronto Raptors fans should hope decision to keep Dwane Casey is an honest chance for coach to put his stamp on team

Dwane Casey has been here before. It was just two seasons ago that Masai Ujiri came to Toronto, replacing Bryan Colangelo, the man who hired and expressed commitment to Casey, and suggested that the coach change his staff. 878 more words


Toronto Raptors to bring back Dwane Casey as head coach: reports

Dwane Casey will be back as head coach of the Toronto Raptors, according to multiple reports, including one from the Toronto Sun’s Steve Simmons. Casey is under contract for the 2015-16 season while the Raptors have a team option to retain him for the following year. 362 more words


Wait 'Til Next Year | Toronto Raptors

Franchise record 49 wins this season. Back-to-back seasons of at least 48 wins for the first time in team history. Not a single core player is older than 28 years old and yet I look at this team and I’m not in love with it at all. 937 more words