WATCH: Andre Drummond hits step-back 3-pointer in real life
This actually happened
OK, now we may have seen it all. In Friday night's loss to the San Antonio Spurs, Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond hit a three. No, not a three. A step-back three. No, not a step-back three. A step-back, buzzer-beater three.
Yeah, this happened.
It's been a weird season so far, and this is among the weirdest. It's not Drummond's first 3-pointer, though. He's made four in his NBA career. That shot looked good, too? What if he's a much, much larger Splash Cousin in disguise?
Drummond is shooting 55 percent from the free-throw line this season.
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