DeMar DeRozan makes NBA history after surpassing Wilt Chamberlain’s long-lasting record in the showdown against the Kings

Chicago Bulls star DeMar DeRozan proves himself better than Wilt Chamberlain and Michael Jordan.

DeMar DeRozan
DeMar DeRozan

DeMar DeRozan has been insane this season for the Chicago Bulls and there is a reason why the NBA fans call him ‘DeMarvelous’. It seems that he is on the mission to grab the records and with this motive, he is achieving something which many NBA stars are still not able to accomplish. Most of the players hit their prime in their 20s but when it comes to DeeBo he has moved to his prime in the 30s which is totally rare.

The five times all-star has made history in the game against the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night. He completed his seven-game streak of scoring more than 35 points with a 50% field goal percentage in all those games. With this, he has become the first player to do so and has surpassed legendary forward Wilt Chamberlain who had a six-game streak with a similar scoring stat.

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DeMar DeRozan proves himself better than Wilt Chamberlain and Michael Jordan

DeMar DeRozan in action against the Kings
DeMar DeRozan in action against the Kings

While playing against the Kings, DeRozan was unstoppable and no one was able to stop the storm he started on the court. He was the reason the Kings were struggling and not able to stand back on their feet. Bull Star guard has scored 270 points over the last 7 games and only scored 12 points from 3-pointers.

With this record, DeRozan has created his legacy in the league when he was asked about his new NBA record. Here’s what he replied, “Just to be in the record books along with staples in this basketball history is speechless.”

DeRozan continued, “As a kid, as a fan of the history of the game, being in the league as long as I’ve been in this league — things like that continue to make me even more humble.” He further added, “Being an NBA player and being able to have the privilege to be able to play this long and have these opportunities, man, it’s something I never take for granted. And the crazy thing is I felt like I missed eight easy shots I normally would have made.”

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Will DeMar DeRozan be the MVP this season?

DeMar DeRozan in action against the Kings
DeMar DeRozan in action against the Kings

DeMar DeRozan with his performance has averaged 28.1PPG, 5.2 RPG, and 5.1 APG in this season and has proved his worth to be in the MVP conversation, he has handled the Bulls despite their star guards and forwards being out due to injury.

The Bulls led by DeRozan have not let the opponents take over the team and have given them the tough fight due to which they have gone 12-11 with most of the team’s core players missing those games. It’s clear that Deebo is the most underrated player this season, but he is proving himself in the league through his exceptional gameplays.

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