Andre Drummond

Andre Drummond: President Obama’s Speeches Edited Into Rap About Detroit Pistons Center

The fans vote in the starters for the NBA All-Star game each year, and in the first round of returns for the 2016 event, Andre Drummond was third among frontcourt players in the East — which means that if the voting ended today, he’d be in the starting lineup for the midseason exhibition.

But obviously, it doesn’t, and with Drummond leading Carmelo Anthony by a fairly slim margin, the folks at the Detroit Pistons decided to create something that might help their star big man gain a few more votes.

A video that cuts together clips of President Obama to make it look like he’s rapping along to Drake and Future’s “Jumpman” just might do the trick, especially since every retweet of it will count as an official vote for Drummond to make the All-Star squad.

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