First off:

Do you think Casey should be fired?

If yes, continue on.......

Gossip starting LATE this year it seems. Here is the run down on current coaching situation from ESPN Weekend Dime.

This is what ESPN has to say about Toronto and Casey - although it is more about Colangelo:

The Raptors are limping to the end of a frustrating fifth straight season out of the playoffs, after coming into 2012-13 harboring genuine aspirations about competing for a playoff spot. But this time they're approaching the finish line in the unorthodox position of the coach having already seen his option for next season picked up, while the front-office chief awaits word on whether he's staying or going.

Team president Bryan Colangelo is still waiting to hear if he'll be extended or at least have his 2013-14 option activated. Dwane Casey has one season left on his original three-year deal because his 2013-14 option was invoked after last season and, as such, would appear to be on safer ground than Colangelo.

Yet getting a dependable forecast on what the Raptors will end up doing on the bench after another season of disappointment -- with the brief lift provided by the midseason Rudy Gay trade gambit fading fast -- will be easier to project once Colangelo's fate is known. And the signals there, so far, are mixed, with the new owners who run both the Raptors and hockey's Maple Leafs still settling into town but having already fired Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke.
For the record, I think both Colangelo and Casey should be fired.

So if you voted Casey to be fired, who to replace?

Coaches already fired this season:
Alvin Gentry
Scott Skiles
Avery Johnson

Coaches who are not under contract next year from article:
Larry Drew
PJ Carlesimo
Lionel Hollins
Jim Boylan

Coaches rumoured on hot seat:
Vinny Del Negro
Keith Smart
Lawrence Frank
Byron Scott

Coaches not currently employed:
Brendan Malone
Darrell Walker
Lenny Wilkens
Kevin O'Neill
Sam Mitchell
Butch Carter
Isiah Thomas
Flip Saunders
Nate McMillan
Michael Curry
Jim O'Brien
Mike Brown
Eddie Jordan
Stan Van Gundy
Jeff Van Gundy
Terry Porter
Mike Dunleavy
Larry Brown
Kurt Rambis

More assistant coaches/1st timers looking for their break:
Patrick Ewing
Brian Shaw
Mike Malone
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar


You will notice Phil Jackson and Jerry Sloan are not on the list for what should be ridiculously obvious reasons (and SVG and JVG probably shouldn't be either).

If I missed anyone, throw it in.