The Toronto Raptors have extended head coach Dwane Casey to a new three-year contract that will last through 2017.

(VIDEO) Toronto Raptors extend head coach Dwane Casey through 2017

With their head coach returning, the Raptors and Masai Ujiri now turn their focus to re-signing point guard Kyle Lowry...



The Toronto Raptors have extended head coach Dwane Casey through 2017 with a new three-year deal.

Now, Toronto turns its focus to its star point guard – unrestricted free agent Kyle Lowry.

“Kyle has had a phenomenal year,” said Raptors GM Masai Ujiri on Tuesday. “I thought Kyle was a huge, huge key to our season. For me, negotiating is easy if we want Kyle to be here and Kyle wants to be here.”

Video: The Canadian Press

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