Raptors' head coach Dwane Casey was one of three ejections Sunday. He and guard Kyle Lowry couldn't believe it.

A chaotic end to Sunday’s Oklahoma City Thunder-Toronto Raptors game saw the referees escorted out of Toronto’s Air Canada Centre by security after they ejected two Raptors’ players and head coach Dwane Casey (seen above with guard Kyle Lowry, with both laughing incredulously when they learned Casey was tossed). This all started when, down five points late, Toronto’s DeMar DeRozan was hit with a technical foul after a no-call on Corey Brewer at the Thunder basket.

On the ensuing play, DeRozan received another technical for arguing and was ejected.

Raptors power forward Serge Ibaka was shown the door as well.

The refs weren’t done there, as Casey was ejected after referee Marc Davis and his officiating crew appeared to mistake a fan (or player) yelling as the Raptors coach.

Here’s how the final 8.1 seconds appeared on the scorecard.

Fans in the ACC showered Davis and his crew with “you suck” chants.

As the game closed with a 132-125 Thunder victory that ended the Raptors’ 11-game winning streak, officials were escorted off the court by security.

Post-game, DeRozan questioned the no-call on Brewer.

Meanwhile, Casey opted to keep money in his bank account, saying the Raptors would “complain in the right, proper way.”

All in all, it was quite the dramatic final 10 seconds in Toronto.

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