Found November 07, 2013 on Inside the Purple Room:
Inside the Purple Room & Raptors Zone present Game 5: Whew! The Toronto Raptors haven’t stolen a page from the Lakers notebook (firing coach Brown) after 5 games just yet. Coach Casey is safe for now. As much as I love the coach the team was pounding the rock more then passing to the open man. Everyone was in it to get theirs or at least it looked like that. The Cats are one of the worst teams in the league or at least they were last season. But the size, space and creative cohesion along with an interior presence did wonders for the Bobcats.
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