Already the all-time Raptors leader in coaching wins, Casey has his squad headed for a third consecutive playoff appearance, needing just four more wins to top last season's franchise record of 49.
There's little doubt that the current team is the best in Raptors history, with its .687 winning percentage (46-21) stretching far beyond the .598 mark that it established last year.
Of course, the real test will come once Toronto gets to the postseason, as Casey's first two trips ended with first-round losses, including last season's ugly four-game sweep at the hands of the Washington Wizards in what was supposed to be a tight series.
The Raptors should be better positioned for success this time around, as they currently trail the Cleveland Cavaliers (48-19) by just two games for the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference and sit seven games clear of the third-seeded Atlanta Hawks (40-19).
With the No. 2 seed all but assured, Toronto is looking at a likely first-round matchup with the Wizards, Pacers, Chicago Bulls or Detroit Pistons, as those four teams appear to be competing for the final two playoff spots in the East.
Granted, a matchup with the Pacers, Bulls or Wizards could actually be quite difficult, as all three teams have recent playoff experience and at least one go-to superstar.