DeRozan whispered to Alex Caruso, who was inbounding, as they walked on the court that this was his time.
He didn’t get the first chance with DeRozan standing on the painted Bulls head on the right wing in front of Robert Covington.
Mann took DeRozan on a switch. The foul was called as the two struggled for position.
At the whistle, DeRozan spun and the shot actually did go in.
The officials studied the tape and agreed the foul came before the pass in, which means a technical foul shot.
“I felt it,” said DeRozan. “I wasn’t looking for it, but he was all over me. I’m glad we got the call.
DeRozan tied the game making the first two and then made the winner with… What! He missed?
The 87 percent free throw shooter shot the third one too long as time basically ran out on the miss for overtime.
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