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Dwane Casey will be in the final year of his contract next season, but the Toronto Raptors' head coach says he is not worrying about what his future holds.
"I am not going to spend one waking moment worrying about my contract," Casey said.
Casey will have some expectations with a retooled Raptors team that includes a full season with Rudy Gay.
Casey has gone 57-91 in two seasons with the Raptors.
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Toronto has playoff aspirations heading into the new season, but that will only become a reality if Rudy Gay performs up to his potential. Gay was traded from Memphis to Toronto in late-January. Although his points per game increased, the poor shooting continued.
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Dwane Casey has heard it already and he knows that over the course of the next year he will hear it dozens times more.
He is in the final year of his contract as coach of the Raptors a team that brought in a new general manager Masai Ujiri. His two-year mark with Toronto (57-91) is unimpressive leaving open the possibility that in a time in which owners are changing coaches as often...
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Rudy Gays don’t exist anymore. They’re extinct save for the original. Teams are too smart to waste assets on inefficient...
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