Raptors' Dwane Casey rode the subway to Game 7
Dwane Casey was on the way to the biggest game he's ever coached. And had to turn around.
Dwane Casey was on his way to coach the biggest game of his career. And had to turn around and try a new way.
Because of gridlocked traffic in downtown Toronto, Casey was forced to turn his car around and try a new way. He decided on the subway, taking that to Game 7 against the Nets.
"I didn't think anybody would recognize me but I guess the shirt gave me away," Casey told reporters.
Casey isn't an avid subway rider -- he said he hadn't used it since last summer -- but gave his full endorsement, with a caveat.
"It's great, I recommend it to everybody, just not on Game 7," he said.
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