Andre Drummond

C / Detroit Pistons / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-11 Weight: 279 lb Age: 22 College: Connecticut

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    Pistons' Andre Drummond: Comes up short in All-Star Slam Dunk contest

    Drummond failed to advance out of the first round of Saturday's All-Star Slam Dunk competition, which was eventually won by Zach LaVine. The Pistons center had a lackluster first dunk, but redeemed himself somewhat on his second effort, in which he received an alley-oop off the foot of Canadian legend Steve Nash which Drummond converted into a windmill jam. With both LaVine and Aaron Gordon putting on exceptional performances, however, it wasn't enough to allow Drummond to advance to the final round.

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    Pistons' Andre Drummond: Drops big line with poor shooting in Wednesday's loss

    Drummond delivered 15 points (7-22 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-1 FT), 17 rebounds, five blocks, three steals, and two blocks in 39 minutes during the Pistons' 103-92 loss to the Nuggets on Wednesday. This was Drummond's second-worst performance from the field this season, as he converted on just under 32 percent of his shots. Without Reggie Jackson working magic in the pick-and-roll game, Drummond was not nearly as effective on offense--with three of his 15 points coming on a hail-mary from the opposite foul line. Still, the five blocks he recorded matched his season-high, he now has 12 games with three steals or more, and he has 45 double-doubles as well. The 22-year-old center will appear in his first All-Star game this weekend, and the Pistons are off until Feb. 19's matchup with the Wizards.

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    Pistons' Andre Drummond: Struggles with shot in loss to Raptors

    Drummond scored 12 points (4-10 FG, 3-8 FT, 1-1 3Pt) to go along with 13 rebounds, two assists and one steal in 31 minutes of Monday's loss to the Raptors. Drummond struggled with his shot and barely cleared double figures in scoring for the second straight game, but he did hit his third career three-pointer on a shot at the buzzer in the third quarter. The All-Star also went without a blocked shot for the third time in the last 11 games, and he is now averaging a career-low 1.4 swats per game this season. Drummond's fantasy stock takes a minor hit if he is unable to turn things around in that department, but his career-highs of 17.1 points and 14.9 rebounds per game still make him a valuable commodity.

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    Pistons' Andre Drummond: Missed free throws prove costly in loss

    Drummond was limited to 10 points (4-8 FG, 2-8 FT), 13 rebounds, two blocks, one assist, and one steal across 37 minutes in Saturday's 112-104 loss to the Pacers. Though he still compiled his league-leading 43rd double-double, Drummond finished with fewer points and rebounds than his season average and, as usual, was a disaster at the charity stripe. Five of his six misses came in the game's final three and a half minutes, effectively killing the Pistons' chances of scoring the road victory. Drummond is now shooting a career-worst 34.9 percent from the free-throw line on the season.

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    Pistons' Andre Drummond: Records yet another double-double

    Drummond had 17 points (7-12 FG, 3-9 FT), 13 rebounds, a steal and a block in 32 minutes on Thursday in a win against the Knicks. Drummond lost some minutes due to foul trouble and free-throw woes, but he was beneficial in the time he did spend on the court. He also had a nasty fall on his side after being fouled on a dunk attempt, but that didn't appear to be a reason for fewer minutes. More teams are starting to deploy the "Hack-a-Drummond" and that could hurt his fantasy value somewhat. Drummond is shooting 35% from the free-throw line and his fantasy owners will want to see that number improve so he's on the court down the stretch in close games. Next game, the Pistons take on the Pacers where Drummond should have another plentiful stat line.

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    Pistons' Andre Drummond: Posts massive double-double line

    Drummond scored 16 points (6-11 FG, 4-6 FT) to go along with 13 rebounds and two blocks in a loss against the Celtics on Wednesday. Drummond was the bee's knees for his team on Wednesday, while the rest of the Pistons struggled. His 13 rebounds were six more than any other starter and it really was a one-man show, headlined by the former UConn grad. Drummond had a great matchup on Wednesday against the Celtics, but the sledding gets a little tougher on Friday against the Knicks. Drummond is still a must-start in season-long formats, but he is a liability at the free-throw line more often than not. Proceed with caution when deploying Drummond in the daily game.

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    Pistons' Andre Drummond: Turns in 21 points, 18 rebounds in Monday's win

    Drummond scored 21 points (10-15 FG, 1-3 FT) and pulled down 18 rebounds during 37 minutes in Monday's 105-100 win against the Nets. For some reason the Nets decided not to send Drummond to the line, which resulted in him killing them down low (66 percent from the field). Drummond also killed them on the glass with his second 18-rebound performance in the past four games. If teams don't make Drummond earn his points, it's pretty easy for him to post a double-double.

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    Pistons' Andre Drummond: Massive double-double performance

    Drummond had 25 points (9-18 FG, 7-12 FT), 18 rebounds, two steals and a block in a win against Philadelphia on Wednesday. Drummond avoided the major free throw woes en route to yet another amazing output. Since the game against Houston on Jan.20 where he was 13-for-36 from the charity stripe, Drummond had been a combined 4-for-19 in the three games leading up to this one. It's good to see he can actually hit free throws once again because he was starting to lose minutes via the "Hack-a-Drummond." The matchup against Philly must have gotten him in better spirits, but it may be short-lived because Drummond has a very tough matchup against Cleveland on Friday.

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    Pistons' Andre Drummond: Records 37th double-double in loss Thursday

    Drummond scored 19 points (8-17 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 3-5 FT) with 22 rebounds, four steals, and an assist over 36 minutes in a 115-99 loss to the Pelicans on Thursday. Drummond's free-throw struggles were a moot point in Thursday's loss, as the former Huskie posted a dominant double-double on 47 percent shooting from the field. While Wednesday's Hack-A-Drummond fiasco made waves around the league, the Pistons big man avoided a minutes reduction in Thursday's loss. Having exceeded 30 minutes in six of 10 games thus far in January, Drummond doesn't appear to be in danger of missing out on double-double's any time in the near future.

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    Pistons' Andre Drummond: Misses NBA record 23 free throws in win

    Drummond tallied 17 points (2-4 FG, 13-36 FT), 11 rebounds, two assists, one block, and one steal across 23 minutes in Wednesday's 123-114 victory over the Rockets. The Rockets took the hack-a-Drummond strategy to the extreme, as the Pistons center was fouled early and often in recognition of his career-long struggles at the charity stripe. Drummond certainly lived up to his reputation, as his 23 missed free throws set an NBA single-game record, while his 36 attempts set a franchise record. The Pistons attempted to work around the Rockets' strategy by playing Drummond for only 23 minutes, and it appeared to work, as the team was able to crank out a nine-point win. Drummond is now shooting a woeful 35.5 percent from the line on the season, and because he's upped his attempts while becoming more of a focal point in the Pistons' offense in 2015-16, he's hurting fantasy owners even more in the free-throw percentage category compared to previous seasons.

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