Dwane Casey plans to change the Toronto Raptors’ offense to get Jonas Valanciunas involved more.

“That’s part of the offense that will change quite a bit because he has developed into the type of player that we can go to on a consistent basis far more than we did last year,” Casey said.

“He’s done a good job this summer not only scoring out of the low post, but of reading defenses, understanding when to pass, when to score, when to attack.

“He’s going to get his big portion of the offence run through him, around him, not only just to score out of the low post, but to quarterback.”

Valanciunas had a strong showing at the Las Vegas summer league, winning MVP honors on averages of 18.8 points on 56.1 percent shooting along with 10.0 rebounds.