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MIKE GANTER, SUN MEDIA

, Last Updated: 11:06 AM ET

DANGEROUS DEMAR

The chains (self-imposed or otherwise) appear to be coming off Raptors rookie DeMar DeRozan. He and Jose Calderon have turned that lob from the high into a thing of beauty as Brad Miller found out last night when DeRozan got behind him and floated in for the easy dunk. Minutes later it was Miller again, this time getting posterized on a DeRozan driving dunk.

JEKYLL AND HYDE

With the exception of Chris Bosh, the most consistent Raptor this season has been Amir Johnson. He brings the same energy and hustle every night. Unfortunately, he also brings a penchant for multiple fouls. Last night was no exception as Johnson was in the game for only a minute in the first quarter before he had to sit down with two fouls.

RECORD LOWS

For the second night in a row, the Raptors broke the season low for points by an opponent in the first quarter. On Friday in Washington, the Wizards managed 17. Last night, the Bulls were held to 16.

TOP PERFORMERS

RAPTORS PT RB AS

Chris Bosh 25 12 2

Marco Belinelli 15 5 3

Rasho Nesterovic 12 5 0

DeMar DeRozan 11 4 0

Antoine Wright 10 4 3

Hedo Turkoglu 9 4 5

BULLS PT RB AS

John Salmons 13 4 1

Jannero Pargo 13 0 2

Brad Miller 11 3 3

Joakim Noah 9 7 1

Luol Deng 9 4 2

UP NEXT

Tuesday -- Minnesota Timberwolves at Raptors, 7 p.m, The Score/Fan 590.


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