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Andre Drummond ‘wrote his university’s name and drew a dog on fire throwing up a hot dog’

For some reason, this happened:

Late last summer during the 2012 Rookie Transition Program and 2012 NBA Rookie Photo Shoot, respectively, Panini America officials asked several of the most talented young stars in the league to show off their artistic talents by handcrafting their best off-the-cuff sketches.

Luckily for us, Panini published TWO! of Andre Drummond’s submissions:

Hat tip to Samer Kalaf of Deadspin, who described the first drawing as, “Former UConn center Andre Drummond wrote his university’s name and drew a dog on fire throwing up a hot dog.” That makes sense to me. But can someone please explain the second picture?

11 Comments

  • Dec 17, 20124:14 pm
    by gmehl

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    That second picture is Lawrence Frank

  • Dec 17, 20124:21 pm
    by joe dumars

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    The 2nd picture looks like Kirby or maybe a pokemon. Andre must be a Nintendo fan.

  • Dec 17, 20124:39 pm
    by TRJ

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    The second picture is what the ball looks like to Andre.

    He’s swatting and dunking out of terror.

    • Dec 18, 201210:01 am
      by Graham Simmington

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      My original thoughts were closer to those of the other commenters, but this is my favorite explanation by far. It makes every Drummond highlight even better. Thanks for the laugh.

  • Dec 17, 20124:45 pm
    by Day and Knight

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    Evil Kirby?

  • Dec 18, 201212:49 am
    by brandow

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    wow drummond must have a mind of a 5 year old

  • Dec 18, 201210:56 am
    by Crispus

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    If not Kirby, Jigglypuff. Maybe he likes Smash Bros.

  • Dec 18, 20122:16 pm
    by freywagg

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    “U.C.O.N.N.”?

  • Dec 18, 20129:51 pm
    by Wall-E

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    I have never heard of Panini America before, (but they sound delicious!).  These things look like they intend them to be collectibles and, therefore, able to be sold.  It is my fervent hope that Andre knew this, and decided to have some fun with the ridiculous premise that lame sketches from unproven athletes (or 1st year art majors, depending on how you look at it.) would be worth anything at all.  I want to believe that he drew stupid/ugly on purpose,  …because I really don’t want to consider the possibility that he cannot correctly spell his university’s name.

    Look at it again; anybody ever heard of “U.C.O.N.N.”?

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