Andre Drummond honors Sandy Hook Victims by writing the names of victims on his shoe
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The star of the Pistons Blazers game on Sunday wasn’t Damian Lillard who nailed the game-winner in OT. The star was Andre Drummond who honored the victims of the Sandy Hook Shooting by donating his jersey and writing the 26 names of the children and teachers who were killed a year ago on his shoe.
I’ve always praised Drummond for his beast play on the court and running arguably most entertaining player Instagram account off the court, but the photos of his shoes with the victim’s names easily ranks as the best posts he’s ever made.
I will be playing in theses she’s I decided to write all 26 names that died today in the Sandy Hook… http://t.co/wSMoYml9BD
— Andre Drummond (@DRE_DRUMMOND_) December 15, 2013