Found December 14, 2012 on
Two members of the Detroit Pistons are doing their part to make Christmas a little better for some local children.
Piston players Rodney Stuckey and Andre Drummond took some children from Whaley Children’s Center in Flint, MI, to Meijer for a shopping spree.
They players went all out for this experience as they even dressed as Santa and an elf.
Stuckey (L) and Drummond (R) pose for a photo featuring some holiday gifts.
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It has been a rough couple of years for the Detroit Pistons. After being the dominant team in the Eastern Conference for years, the team has slid all the way back to being a doormat for most of the NBA. But that isn’t stopping them from being part of the community in Michigan. Rodney Stuckey [...]
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