Having the best record in the East was just a byproduct of the Cavs turmoil and the Celtics injury woes. Toronto shouldn't have had the best record in the east, but these things happen in the NBA. Point is, the last three years, the Cavs have eliminated the Raptors. It wasn't so easy the first time, beating them in the conference finals 4-2, but they've been swept the last two years, and this time they looked worse than ever, poorly prepared for what was expecting them in the series, outmatched and simply run out of the playoffs for a team that was more physical and desired those wins more (and had the better player, that goes without saying). I think it's time for a change in Toronto, and that change should come in one or two ways, replacing Casey and giving this core another run with a different coach, or by trading DeRozan, who is the most tradable guy in the roster and will give them value in return. Lowry ain't going anywhere considering his age and contract, Ibaka is untradable til next year, Valanciunas shouldn't be traded... that leaves DeRozan as the most likely option to be traded in order to improve the roster. Plenty of Raptors players have been showing support for Casey, and that usually doesn't bode well for the recipient... But I happen to think this is going to be a crazy offseason for plenty of franchises. Teams like Milwaukee, Miami, Philly, Dallas, Portland, LA Lakers, Detroit and New York will be on the market, trying to improve their rosters, and there won't be so much money spent on free agents as two offseasons ago (although some teams will have cap space to sign one or two big contracts, like the Lakers and Sixers), so I expect plenty of trades this offseason for several teams that were good, but not as good as they hoped to be. Toronto just happens to be one of them.