He did have balls at one point today. He went with Davis for a much longer stretch than normal heading into the 4th. I don't think Bargnani
even saw the court until 4 minutes left; he sat for a full 8 minutes straight at the beginning of the 4th Q, in addition to whatever time he sat when Ed entered in the 3rd. He was probably sitting for 12+ minutes. If there was no overtime, Bargnani
would not have even played 28 minutes tonight.
If I remember correctly, he brought Bargnani
back in because the Raps went 4 or 5 possessions without a bucket. The Spurs had cut a small Raptor lead and were taking over. However, after it was evident that Bargnani
was still STONE COLD, I agree that Ed should have come back in for overtime.
So, to be fair, Casey was starting to show some balls, he just wouldn't follow through to the full extent necessary.