Found December 15, 2013 on The Detroit Sports Site:
Saturday marked the one-year anniversary of the horrifying Sandy Hook massacre in Newtown, Conn. The Detroit Pistons’ Andre Drummond did what little he could to honor those killed that day, sporting the names of the 26 victims on his shoes for Sunday night’s game with Portland. Drummond also announced that he would donate his game-worn jersey to Sandy Hook Elementary. In honor of the Sandy Hook shooting I will be donating my game jersey I'm wearing today to the school! #sandy1year pic.twitter.com/WmCppPdGLt — Andre Drummond (@DRE_DRUMMOND_) December 15, 2013
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