DeMar DeRozan Had The Best Reaction To His All-Star Game Introduction

DeMar DeRozan at the All Star Game

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DeMar DoRozan took part in his sixth All-Star Game over the weekend, and his second as a member of the Bulls. The guard put on a show, knocking down four of his six shots.

It was an all-around performance for DeRozan, who notched eight points, six boards, and five assists over his 16 minutes of play. But it was his All-Star Game introduction that had fans talking the most.

That pregame announcement received a hilarious response from DeRozan, as he was introduced as the “undisputed master of the mid-range.”

While it was likely meant as a compliment to his game, it didn’t quite hit the way the announcer intended. DeMar DeRozan gave a confused look after the introduction when the cameras panned his way.

Now, again, that intro wasn’t a shot at his on-court abilities. In fact, he showed off that mid-range jumper on a few occasions Sunday night. Still, the comment got quite a response from NBA viewers.

One person said, “Nobody wants to be the master of mid.”

Another wrote, “I mean he ain’t a mvp or a champion he better be glad he found something positive to say.”

Some commented on the fact that he lived up to the title at the ASG, immediately knocking down a couple of jump shots.

Their solution? Shoot more three’s.

Hey, it could’ve been worse DeRozan. Kyrie Iriving was introduced to a barrage of boos on Sunday night.

We’ll be sure to see that patented jumper throughout the second half of the season.