DeMar DeRozan drills game-winner to seal 4th straight come-from-behind win vs. Knicks

The comeback kids did it again. Fresh off a dramatic 112-106 come-from-behind victory vs. the Portland Trail Blazers only 24 hours ago, the Toronto Raptors secured their 4th straight win in which they were trailing at some point in the second half.

Down 13 at halftime, with his all-star running mate Kyle Lowry sidelined with a wrist injury, it was DeMar DeRozan who stepped up once again to seal the victory in the clutch — nailing not one…

but two cold-blooded daggers, the second of which gave the Raptors the lead for good:

He even called it before attempting the game-winner, telling a courtside fan: “Buckets. Buckets. Buckets.” Cold world.

Carmelo Anthony had an opportunity to win the game for the Knicks at the buzzer, but, you’re not going to believe this — he missed.

The Raptors look to continue their streak on Wednesday as they host the Washington Wizards.