SHOTS FIRED! Pistons’ Andre Drummond destroys Celtics’ Jaylen Brown on Instagram!

When Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond found out he was not selected as an NBA All-Star, he took to social media to express his frustration. Though Drummond was right to be upset at the snub, he kind of sounded a bit immature by immediately hopping on Twitter to complain.

Well, on Tuesday, Drummond found out that he was selected to play in the All-Star Game as a replacement for John Wall of the Washington Wizards, who will miss the game due to injury.

Following the news, a couple of NBA players took to Twitter to react to Drummond being named an All-Star. Those players were Ben Simmons of the Philadelphia 76ers and Jaylen Brown of the Boston Celtics.

Upon seeing those jabs, Drummond had kind words for Simmons but he fired a shot back at Brown saying, “no sure why Jaylen Brown is confused. He’s not even the top 3 option on his team.”

Maybe Drummond does not realize it, but Brown is second on the Celtics in both field goal attempts per game (11.3) and points per game (14.1), behind only Kyrie Irving in both categories.


Detroit Pistons C Andre Drummond named to All-Star team after all

Andre Drummond was not too happy when he found out he was not selected as a 2018 NBA All-star. In fact, he even took to Twitter to show his displeasure.

But that was then and this is now and thanks to a John Wall injury, Drummond is now an All-Star for the second time in his career.

“Pistons center Andre Drummond has been named by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver to replace injured Wizards guard John Wall on Team LeBron in the 2018 NBA All-Star Game.”

So far in 46 games this season, Drummond is averaging 14.7 points, 15.1 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 1.5 steals, and 1.4 blocks.

Nation, do you think Andre Drummond should have been selected as an All-Star the first time around?


Written by Don Drysdale

I am a fan of all Detroit sports and LOVE to write about them!

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