For DeMar DeRozan to have a season that was once part of his childhood imagination, he first had to be honest as an adult about what was going on in his head. Career years don’t often arrive for 32-year-olds at the tail end of their prime, but DeRozan credits his renaissance in Chicago to the freedom created once he helped shatter the facade of the invincible athlete. Freedom that can be found in tattoos expressing the tales of his travails. Freedom that can be found in heightened mental wellness, with confidence approaching the Kármán line. Read more