AUBURN HILLS, Mich. When Andre Drummond really figures out the NBA, look out.
After an 0-for-3 scoreless first half with just two rebounds and two blocks in nine minutes, Drummond finished with nine points, 11 rebounds two steals and four blocks in a 98-97 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers Sunday at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
Drummond nearly had a chance to win the game but he couldn't corral the in-bounds pass with 0.4 seconds left for an alley-oop. Some observers felt Drummond was fouled by Lakers center Pau Gasol.
But in veteran-like fashion, Drummond refused to complain about the final play of the game.
"I have no comment," Drummond said when asked whether he was fouled.
Drummond, who won't turn 20 until August, has been garnering quite a bit of national attention of late.
In his recent ESPN column, David Thorpe of Scouts Inc. said: "Andre Drummond has been a revelation. Not only is he playing like someone who should have been the second pick in the ...