Dwane Casey was one of the many people that had to witness from afar the horrific mass shooting that took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. The longtime Raptors head coach has spent the last six years of his career in Canada, where tragic incidents like last Wednesday's school shooting don't occur. Casey made an appearance on The Woj Pod with ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and was asked about the differing gun laws between Canada and the United States. "You do have problems in Canada, but nowhere near the magnitude where a 19 year old kid who has mental health issues can walk in, or order online, or whatever you can do because of our crazy gun laws in the United States and purchase an (AR-15.) ... How you can ever do that in our country and be able to purchase those kinds of weapons, for whatever reason, second amendment be damned. (To) go out and have 18 (school shootings) in one year. When you send your kids to school you're worried are they going to come home at night instead of, are they going to get a good education?
Raptors coach Dwane Casey: If Canada can have strict gun laws, 'why can't we?'
CBS Sports | Feb 17