DeMar DeRozan had the best move on New Year’s Eve in the NBA League and scored a crazy triple to win Chicago against Indiana with the sound of the siren, and believe it or not, he repeated something like that early this morning.
DeRozan became the first NBA player in history to score two three-pointers to win two consecutive days of competition in the strongest basketball league in the world, which deservedly became a top topic in the American public.
Chicago was on the verge of defeat in the clash with Washington, but in the final moments, the ball reached DeRozan again, and he did not make a mistake and wrote NBA history in a remarkable way.
With the heroic act, DeRozan reached the 28th point of the match and he proved to be the key to victory, while participating in the triumph with 9 rebounds and 5 assists.
Teammate Zack Lavigne was the most efficient on the floor with 35 points, while Kuzma from Washington scored 29 points in an exciting showdown with a dramatic end.
FOR THE WIN.
– NBA (@NBA) January 2, 2022
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Detroit – San Antonio 117: 116
Washington – Chicago 119: 120
Brooklyn – LA Clippers 116: 120
Houston – Denver 111: 124
Utah – Golden State 116: 123