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In a game that looked like the Clippers were about to win, DeMar DeRozan came out as a hero.

DeRozan may have missed the game-winning free throw against the Clippers, but his fourth quarter heroics were the only reason why the Chicago Bulls went into overtime. Despite missing the free throw, DeRozan put up a monstrous 50 point game on 65% shooting - that didn't stop DeRozan from beating himself up about missing the free throw.

"It felt like a bomb went off inside my head," DeRozan said. "Just frustrated with myself."

The LA Clippers had an epic collapse in the final 7 seconds of the game, it was truly something to behold. The Clippers had a 3 point lead with 7 seconds and somehow managed to commit two horrible fouls in a row on DeMar DeRozan that gave him four free throws. Despite the collapse and some questionable officiating, the Clippers still gave DeRozan tremendous praise for his performance.

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"He may be the only one in the world who can make those shots," Nicolas Batum said. "We tried everything."

The Chicago Bulls are fighting to avoid both a play-in spot and the sixth seed. Meanwhile, the Clippers still have a 3.5 game cushion on the eighth seed. Their spot isn't absolutely guaranteed, but the team does close the season facing both the Sacramento Kings and Oklahoma City Thunder. 

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