In a special edition of RaptorBlog Radio, Drew and I are joined by Dwane Casey as we reflect back on the season that was.
In his second appearance on the show, coach Casey talks about the defensive ceiling of the Raptors’ athletic core, how the offence might change heading into next season, how Rudy Gay and DeMar DeRozan can become more efficient offensive players, the value of Amir Johnson, the ongoing Andrea Bargnani situation and what’s changed since the last time he joined us on the eve of the season.
On this week’s edition of RaptorBlog Radio, we had the chance to briefly catch up with DeMar DeRozan, who talked to us about his development this season and his plans for further development in the future.
In addition, Drew and I (sans Oliver) try to take some positives out of the latest beat down at the hands of the Heat and take some exception with the Raptors’ dynamic ticket pricing.
After last week’s episode was one of our more optimistic editions of the season, this week’s edition takes on a much more appropriately negative tone.
On that note, Drew, Oliver and I touch on the most disappointing week of the season, what went wrong for the Raptors, whether Dwane Casey deserves any blame, the never ending Andrea Bargnani conundrum and what, if anything, there is to look forward to in the final 22 games. As usual, we wrap up by looking ahead to this week’s schedule, which includes a tough West coast road trip beginning tonight in Golden State.