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He make a good case for that argument in the fourth quarter of a very winnable game against the Miami Heat Sunday night.

I had a chance today to watch the replay of a fourth quarter where DeRozan shot the ball eight times and missed six of them, all in key possessions, game changing type possessions.

I've been watching Toronto since the trade and I can tell you without any hesitation the Toronto Raptors that showed up in that fourth quarter was not the team that has been winning games.

DeMar DeRozan was having a monster night, he was on fire, so he probably got a case of the -I'm Superman Syndrome- rather than staying humble and find a good shot he chose to play hero ball.

It resulted, AS ALWAYS, in a lost.

If you get a chance to watch the replay of the fourth quarter you'll notice there were people open, specially the point guard who could of set up something else.

Hero ball will kill you every time, by the way going 5-18 in the closing quarter is just not good basketball.

Can we agree on that.

As always this is a fans opinion and from what I understand everybody has one and I'm thankful for that.

Enough said

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