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Andre Drummond is not an artist

Drummond and Kemba Walker took part in an art project. It didn't end well.

This is not Andre's finest work.
This is not Andre's finest work.

Panini America is a trading card company, and they apparently thought it'd be fun to get some young NBA players to try their hand at making a little art. They recruited former Huskies Andre Drummond and Kemba Walker, and well, things didn't go so hot.

The picture above was done by Drummond and is a Husky. I think. Maybe. It's not clear what Drummond was going for, but it's probably safe to say he didn't stick the landing. He had one other picture in collections, which I think might be an anthropomorphic basketball, but again, it's hard to be sure:


Kemba Walker, always a bit wiser than his peers, made use of the old "tracing your hand" standby to make some thumb art. I present to you his masterpiece, entitled "Kemba's Thumb." Behold:


You can check out a full gallery of sketches here. I didn't catch any other former Huskies, but Panini indicated this was just a selection of the work, so we might get to see more someday.

(H/T Deadspin).