The Toronto Raptors held a lengthy postgame meeting following their 123-102 loss at home to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Dwane Casey didn't address the media until 38 minutes after the game ended compared to his typical 10-15 minutes.

"That exhibition of basketball was unacceptable," Casey said. "I want to apologize to our fans, everybody, for the way we played tonight. The effort, the competitive spirit wasn't there. That team came out and played like it was a championship game and we played like it was a middle of the season game.

"So I apologize."

"A lot of people talked a lot," P.J. Tucker said of the meeting. "It was a good conversation but enough talking. We've got 14 games left, it's time to put it into action, it's time guys go out and show that we care about each other and we want to do something special here. We have the team to do it.

"It was terrible. It was a terrible game. There's no two ways to put it, it was a terrible game."