In a heart-stopping showdown, DeMar DeRozan orchestrated a masterful performance, guiding the Chicago Bulls (28-31) to a thrilling 132-123 double-overtime victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers (38-20) on Wednesday night.

DeRozan’s clutch scoring, including 16 points in overtime, proved pivotal as the Bulls outlasted the Cavaliers in a fiercely contested battle. The 34-year-old forward finished the game with 35 points, 10 rebounds, and five assists.

Andre Drummond’s dominant presence on the boards, securing an astounding 26 rebounds, along with 17 points further propelled the Bulls to a hard-fought win.

Nikola Vucevic contributed a double-double with 24 points and 13 rebounds, while Ayo Dosunmu added 21 points to bolster Chicago’s offensive firepower.

Despite missing key guard Alex Caruso due to injury, the Bulls emerged victorious in a double-overtime thriller.

The Cavaliers, led by Evan Mobley’s 25 points and 13 rebounds, put up a valiant effort but ultimately fell short in their bid to secure back-to-back wins. Darius Garland provided support with 23 points, while Donovan Mitchell added 19 points (5/13 field goals).

DeRozan’s heroics included key plays down the stretch, rallying the Bulls from an 11-point deficit in the fourth quarter and delivering crucial baskets in overtime to seal the win.