Philadelphia 76ers center Andre Drummond shared the monstrous second his toddler fell correct into a pool and his posthaste response exquisite seconds later that saved the 2-yr-used’s existence.
The 2-time NBA All-Celebrity shared a house surveillance video to Twitter on Thursday that showed the second his son Deon fell correct into a pool at house, one thing he known as “a of us worst nightmare.”
The boy is viewed sitting on the brink of the pool with adults surrounding him but in barely a like a flash second he falls in. In the blink of an brand, Drummond jumps in — dresses, shoes and all — and pulls his son out.
Optimistically, he didn’t have his phone on him.
“NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPES,” Drummond mentioned of the 32-second clip, including that no one got injured.
Drummond, 28, signed with the 76ers earlier this month after ending last season with the Los Angeles Lakers. He spent the majority of his occupation in Detroit ahead of a immediate stint with the Cavs. He joins the Sixers, the build aside he’ll support as backup to All-Celebrity center Joel Embiid.