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DeMar DeRozan shows handles and shooting touch in Drew League showdown

DeMar DeRozan

DeMar DeRozan has been the master of the mid-range jump shot in the Eastern Conference this past season, and he is back as a member of M.H.P in L.A.’s famous Drew League, showing just how lethal his improved ball-handling and jump shot are looking only weeks into the offseason.

Check out some highlights below:

If it wasn’t enough, the 6-foot-6 shooting guard pulled this trick from under his sleeve, splitting an incoming double-team with a behind-the-back drive to the cup.

It was only two years ago when the Toronto Raptors slasher terrorized the likes of James Harden by throwing down a monster alley-oop all over his bearded grill.

Harden isn’t known for being a great defender, but he wound up a part of DeRozan’s poster that day.

If that wasn’t enough, DeRozan shaked off his defender with a quick crossover in the very next possession, finishing with an eye-gouging 360 layup with the greatest of ease, drawing the oohs and aahs from the crowd.

The Compton native has been a staple in the Drew League since the age of 14, and it’s no wonder why he’s constantly asked back on the hardwood given his daringly entertaining moves against some of L.A.’s best.