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The NBA has fined Raptors head coach Dwane Casey $25,000 for public criticism of officiating following Wednesday night’s 93-92 loss in Atlanta.
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Not long before Colangelo spoke, [Dwane] Casey let loose, after the officials declined to call a foul at the end of Toronto’s one-point loss when DeMar DeRozan clearly was mauled.
“I’m tired of losing games because of missed calls at the end of games. I know the league is going to come down on me, but I don’t care,” said a seething Casey, smoke practically billowing out...
Toronto Raptors coach Dwane Casey was fined $25,000 by the NBA on Thursday for criticizing officials the previous night after a loss at Atlanta.
In the closing seconds of the Raptors' 93-92 loss to the Hawks, Toronto's DeMar DeRozan grabbed the rebound of a missed shot by teammate Alan Anderson and had his attempt under the basket blocked by the Hawks' Al Horford. There...
Dwane Casey has received a $25,000 fine by the NBA for public criticism of the officials.
Dwane Casey talked with the media after a win against the Clippers about Rudy Gay’s debut in Toronto, he raved about Terrence Ross’ dunk, the weird play at the end of the game involving Caron Butler and the gutsy play from Amir Johnson who was battling the flu.
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ATLANTA -- Al Horford made the dunk that put the Atlanta Hawks up for good -- finally -- over the short-handed Toronto Raptors. Just another one of Hawks coach Larry Drew's patented plays out of a time out. "You have to give credit to Coach Drew," Horford said after Wednesday night's 93-92 win. "He's the one that drew it up. "He spends a lot of...