Andre Drummond: “Nothing Wrong With My Motor”

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NEW YORK – Rushing a post up before the next NBA pre-draft even at 2 p..m..

Andre Drummond and Thomas Robinson worked out together for Cleveland and Charlotte, both coming away impressed.

“They were two of the best workouts I’ve ever had,” Drummond said. “I looked at him and said, ‘this is serious,’ and he said, ‘all right, let’s get after it and make each other better.”

Robinson said, “[Drummond] is going to make it. He’s aggressive. A lot of guys, you hit them once or twice and they fade away. I hit him and he kept coming back. He’s more aggressive than people think.”

Drummond said once he is drafted and gets to work, questions about his intensity will “be put to rest.”

“There is nothing wrong with my motor,” he said.

Jeremy Lamb, who has missed some time with an ankle injury, was in Milwaukee for a last look and  talk with the Bucks, so he was not at the pre-draft interviews Monday.

Drummond says he has been hearing anywhere from No. 2 to 7 for his eventual selection. More on the Draft later today.

 

 

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