After the best season in franchise history with 59 wins and the best record in the Eastern Conference, the Toronto Raptors fired Dwane Casey after being swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Casey was one of the most successful head coaches in the history of the franchise-- but after 10 straight losses to LeBron James in the playoffs--the team elected to go in a different direction. It raises the question: what is considered a successful season in sports?
Jonas Knox looks at the situation in Toronto and compares it to other situations in the world of sports. He wonders what should be considered a successful season for any Pro Franchise.
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