Andre Drummond’s 71 FT Shot + The Longest Shots In NBA History

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| February 9th, 2016 | 2,041 Views

All-Star Andre Drummond might struggle at the free throw line but he’s deadly from past half-court!

On Monday, the beast that is Drummond connected on a 3 from 71 feet, tying Jose Calderon (2008) for the 2nd longest made shot in the past 10 seasons; LeBron is #1 with a 82 ft shot in 2007.

As crazy as 82 sounds, it was still 10 feet away from tying Baron Davis’ NBA record of 92.

A record that was almost beat by Jae Crowder in 2015 when he made a shot from 94 feet…that didn’t count.



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