DeMar “Deebo” DeRozan Named 6X All Star

February 21, 2023

Chicago Bulls starting Small Forward DeMar DeRozan, has been selected to be an NBA All Star or the 6th time

DeMar DeRozan - Wikipedia

in his illustrious 13 year career.


Throughout his career, DeMar DeRozan has played for the Toronto Raptors, San Antonio Spurs, and the Chicago Bulls throughout this timeline, and his career has surpassed greatness. Not only is Deebo #54 on the all time scoring list, but a 3 time All NBA Team Member, and an Olympic Gold Medalist with the US Mens World Cup Basketball Team.


A biggest part DeRozans game is his distinguished mid range. While time grows, so does the NBA, and the style it is played. More 3 point shots are getting taken in todays game, creating more perimeter shooting, and less dominant mid range and paint play. DeMar DeRozan has not changed his game one bit. He continues to be the face of the midrange, with a great percentage of his shots being below the perimeter. This game separates himself from the rest, and some call him the greatest to ever play below the perimeter.


This years All Star game will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, but DeRozans status on if he will participate in the annual game is still uncertain. On Monday Night, February 13th, DeRozan aggravated his right quadricep in the matchup against the Orlando Magic. This injury had been lingering him for a month, when he had previously hurt it. Deebo says he was playing through pain throughout the game, and has recently missed his matchup against the Indiana Pacers and the Milwaukee Bucks.



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