Andre Drummond to Work on His Game With Hakeem Olajuwon

You can add Detroit Pistons big man Andre Drummond to Hakeem Olajuwon’s growing list of offseason NBA clients—the youngster will work with The Dream this summer to refine his post game. Per the Detroit Free Press: “The Hall of Fame center, one of the game’s all-time great offensive players, is expected to work with the Pistons’ center-forward over the summer to help him with his offensive game, which is still in the infant stages. Drummond has been at the practice facility recently. He took about a two-week break, according to, before getting back into the gym to work on his game. ‘I’m really excited for next season,’ Drummond said recently. While the Pistons search for a new coach, Drummond said he’d continue to work on his game throughout the summer. Drummond won’t be 20 until August, but he already is quickly becoming the face of the franchise with his hustle and athleticism. Drummond finished fourth in the rookie of the year voting despite missing games with a back injury.”