DeMar DeRozan makes second game-winning buzzer-beater in a row
Some people are acting surprised, but DeMar DeRozan has been doing this. With the Raptors, DeRozan constantly kept them over 50 wins, winning their division, and making playoff runs. Honestly, the Raptors only had one hurdle, and in 2018, that hurdle solved itself. But, they still decided to trade DeMar DeRozan, and they ended up the ultimate losers in that trade.
The ultimate winners in that trade are the Chicago Bulls, so far. In one season, the Bulls have gone from being one of the NBA’s worst teams to the top team in the East. Yes, the Bulls have a better record than the Brooklyn Nets and the Milwaukee Bucks. Now, DeMar DeRozan is dropping game-winning shots in consecutive games, making all kinds of history.
DeMar DeRozan ended 2021 with a huge game-winner against the Indiana Pacers. This was a real game-winner, too, where if he missed the shot, the Bulls would lose. Not only that, but DeRozan took the game-winner on a three-pointer, too. That was going to be a tough act to follow and the Bulls took on the Washington Wizards and were playing from behind for most of the game.
In the end, the Bulls found themselves back in the game. With the clock winding down, DeMar DeRozan came up with another three-pointer, at the buzzer, which gave Chicago a 120-119 win, over the Wizards, in Washington, DC. This brings the Bulls to 24-10, on the season, and firm control of the top seed in the East.