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Andre Drummond Devastated After Seeing Implosion of Palace of Auburn Hills
- Updated: July 12, 2020
The star expressed his anguish by posting an Instagram Story.
Here’s the implosion of The Palace of Auburn Hills. Started at 8 a.m. on the dot and ended in a matter of seconds, leaving a cloud of dust pic.twitter.com/su0q1zrrhy
— Omari Sankofa II (@omarisankofa) July 11, 2020
The Pistons drafted Drummond with the No. 9 pick in the 2012 NBA Draft.
The two-time All-Star played in Detroit for just over eight seasons. He holds the record for most offensive rebounds in Pistons history.
The coronavirus pandemic truncated Drummond’s initial impressions in Cleveland. Still, he showed the Cavs his potential in mighty ways.
As a member of the Cavs, Drummond put up 17.5 points, 11.1 boards and 1.5 steals per game this year.
The newcomer is expected to exercise his player option this offseason stay in Cleveland for at least one more year.