“DeMar DeRozan has been in Chicago not even a year, and already is the greatest Bull since Michael Jordan”: The star joins the GOAT as the only players in franchise history with 4+ straight 35-pt games

In the Bulls’ 134-122 win over the Wolves, DeMar DeRozan was absolutely clinical as he put up 35 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists.

The Chicago Bulls-Minnesota Timberwolves squad was probably more action-packed than many expected it to be. A high-scoring contest that witnessed a total of 16 lead changes and 17 ties, ended with DeMar DeRozan and co. grabbing a huge 12-point win.

DeRozan put on yet another incredible performance, powering his squad to their 2nd straight win. The All-Star starter managed to score 35 points, dished out 6 assists, and grabbed 6 rebounds while shooting 63.6% from the field.

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DeMar DeRozan is the first Bulls player to record 4+ straight 35-point games since Michael Jordan

With his fourth consecutive 35-point game, Deebo joins the elite company of Michael Jordan as the only Bulls player to record 4+ consecutive 35-point games.

As soon as DeRozan joined the likes of MJ, NBA Twitter blew up with reactions.

After being named an All-Star starter, DeMar has taken his game to a different level altogether. Over the past 5 games, the mid-range maestro has been averaging a staggering 37 points, 6 rebounds, and 5.6 assists.

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The Bulls now have a 35-21 record, tying them for the 2nd spot in the East along with the Cavs.



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