DeMar DeRozan carefully dribbled to the left elbow with Nicolas Batum riding his hip and Ivica Zubac backtracking.

The two players were standing ready to contest, and it couldn’t have mattered less.

The ball might as well had been through the net before DeRozan left his feet.

From that 4:39 mark in the 4th quarter until the end of OT,DeRozan single-handedly outscored the Los Angeles Clippers 24-23

As a whole, the Chicago Bulls finished the game on a 39-23 run en route to an absurdly clutch 135-130 victory.

Zach LaVine snatched the game ball as he walked off the court, and the moment DeRozan put his mitts on it in the locker room,

he was drenched in a celebration of water and hollers.
DeRozan should have walked off the floor elated with the second 50-point game of his career.

He should have walked off the floor ready for the massive celebration that followed. Instead, he walked off the floor apologizing,

letting his head coach know the game should have never needed an extra 5 minutes.

Despite back-to-back game-winning buzzer-beaters and multiple 19-point 4th quarter efforts,

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